Anushka Sharma says like any normal girl she would like to get married at some point in life, but is in no hurry to tie the knot. The 28-year-old actress, who is having a golden run in her career, said she is not thinking about getting married right now, reports the Indian Express.
“Marriage is on the cards, but I don’t know when will it happen. I haven’t thought about it yet. I have done everything in my life very normally. And marriage is definitely there on my agendas in life. But I don’t know when will it happen,” Anushka said during a session at Agenda Aaj Tak here.
The “Sultan” star believes actresses now get meaty roles even after they start a family. “I feel things are changing now. Actresses are working at same pace even after getting married or having kids. This is an amazing time for women in industry. I also would like to continue things like a normal person (after marriage). It is important to be that way. I didn’t like when people said that actresses have shelf life,” she added.
On increasing number of splits in Bollywood, Anushka said divorce rate is increasing throughout country. The actress feels the fact that women are now the masters of their lives is probably one of the reasons for more divorce cases.
“I am a very basic person. I still believe marriage happens only once and you have to sustain it. But I guess divorce rate is increasing in the country because the woman is changing. Their thinking is changing, the equation they used to have with men is not same anymore.
“Women are financially independent and they are not looking for a life partner so that they can have a secure life. They want someone who is compatible to them. I feel one has to constantly work to sustain the marriage. No relationship works without putting in efforts,” she said.
The actress, who has always been guarded about her personal life, said she friendzones men quickly. “I friendzone guys very quickly. I always draw a line. In industry Ranbir Kapoor is my very good friend. We have recently worked a lot together and share a good bonding.”