Aashiqui actress Anu Aggarwal has been away from the limelight for a long time. A few days ago he was seen in Indian Idol. He too has been single for decades now. Anu Agarwal has dedicated her time for the welfare of underprivileged children. Aashiqui, which came in 1990, has allowed the love songs of the public to last a lifetime. It is seen as one of the cult romance films of India. But what about love in Anu Agarwal’s life? The actress, who got candid with Bollywood Life a few days ago, laughed and said, “Meri Aashiqui ko kya ho gaya…I am a very open person. No one knows what the future holds when it comes to love. ‘ Also Read – Today’s Top News in Entertainment: Salman Khan Celebrates 57th Birthday, Tunisha Sharma’s Funeral [Watch Video]

She says she is satisfied. “I get a lot of love from children. It’s honest and innocent love. My need for love is met in a different way. It’s not sex… it’s over… it’s not love.” she says. Anu Aggarwal says that people in love want to possess you which is not right. For many people, having a perfect partner is just bragging rights. He said, “The concept of love needs to be revamped. Love can be felt in the smallest of gestures. One need not be very vocal or grand about it. We need to rethink ” Also Read – Year End 2022: Gianna Sen, Sufi Mehta, Gola Limbachiyaa and other TV industry star babies [View Pics]

Recently, we heard how Priyanka Chopra talked about being made fun of for her dark complexion. Anu Agarwal with dusky complexion became India’s first supermodel. She tells us that colorism was never a problem in India. “You see women in warrior avatars from states like Rajasthan, many of them were dusky. Colorism was never an issue. The fair skin complex came with the British. It is 250 years old. didn’t issue. I was like if you like me you take me or leave me. In 1988, I walked out of a modeling assignment because they started using proper makeup on my face. I Walked out with my handbag. I stood up for who I am. I never blamed anyone,” she says. Also Read – Tunisha Sharma Funeral: Vishal Jethwa, Shweta Basu, Sharib Hashmi and other co-stars and family pay last respects to the departed soul [Watch Video]

She says if you believe in yourself then the world will believe in you. Complexes are within a person. They say that people have different views on beauty. “At the end of the day you need to have self-confidence which is the path to self-love. I have run out of things. It didn’t complicate me nor did I explain things to people. There were so many which weren’t what I considered acceptable,” she says.

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