Vivek Oberoi wants to settle down in life and won’t mind going for the arranged marriage.

Vivek Oberoi Won’t Mind Tying An Arranged Knot
Last Updated: 2009-12-29T16:04:15+05:30
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Vivek Oberoi Won’t Mind Tying An Arranged Knot
Vivek Oberoi
Vivek Oberoi
Vivek Oberoi now seems to be actually thinking seriously about tying the wedding knot. After leading the bachelor life for so long, Vivek feels that he needs to settle down in life. And the surprising part is that he is not very particular in having a love marriage and seems to be happy to go for an arranged marriage even.
Vivek who recently made a strong come back into the Bollywood with ‘Kurbaan’ said, "My mom specially is very worried. Like any mother she wants me to settle down. I don't mind an arranged marriage. The girl my parents choose could be the girl of my dreams.” "I know there's someone out there for me. I just have to find her. I don't know how it would happen. But with all her imperfections and mine, she'd be perfect for me. At the moment I'm very much single. I've been single for four years.”
"I'm a normal guy. I do go out on dates. I enjoy women's company. But nothing serious. I'm extremely conservative about women. I cannot have a time pass attitude towards me," said the 33-year-old.
Vivek denies any supposedly link up with Niroo Singh, one of the actresses from his latest movie ‘Prince - It's Showtime’. In his statement he said, "That's all rubbish. I've been linked up with 50 girls in the last four years I've been single. At least 10 of them I've never met. No wonder my mother is searching for a girl for me. She wants me to settle down.”
Vivek had a full-bloom romance with model Gurpreet Gill during the time of his shooting for the film ‘Company’. There were news of serious romance striking between him and Aishwarya which for some reason did not work out. In this regard Vivek says, "I've had two serious relationships where I gave one hundred percent of myself physically, spiritually and emotionally to my partner. The next one will hopefully be for keeps. I hope to find a girl who appreciates my dedication and loyalty.” He added, "It's unfair to judge them now that they've moved on. But I loved them wholeheartedly. I continue to respect them although they've moved on. They're both married. I wish them happiness."
Meanwhile Vivek has turned into a poet penning down some fine verses. Regarding his interest in poetry Vivek says, "Yes, I do write poetry. It's very therapeutic. I'm influenced by Pablo Neruda and Gulzar saab. It's all very personal. Good friends tell me I should get them published."
The actor feels a gush of positive energy around him presently. He says, "First 'Shootout At Lokhandwala' and now 'Kurbaan' happened to me. Now I want people to speak about my work. And if I want personal happiness, I just have to spend time with needy children.”
"(Recently) I went for khichdi party with the most adorable bunch of kids who even sang a parody of my song 'Ae ganpat' for me. It gives me absolute joy to be with such kids. You know a kalaakar (an artiste) is someone who is meant to give kal ko aakaar (a shape to our tomorrows)," said Vivek.

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