: Bollywood actress Rani Mukherjee is tired of denying rumours that she's getting married, a newspaper reported Wednesday.
One of India's top actresses, Mukherjee denied Indian mass media studies that she would marry well-known filmmaker Aditya Chopra in a munificent ceremonial in a castle hotel in northern Rajasthan state next year.
"How many modern times are they going to repair the day, venue, honeymoon, etc. for me?" she told The Times of Republic Of India newspaper. "The mass media might as well acquire the wedding ceremony card game printed and direct me one. I'll just demo up for the event."
Mukherjee did not specifically deny she was in a human relationship with Chopra, but she dismissed the matrimony studies as rumors.
Mukherjee said she could shout from the rooftops about false mass media reports, "But what's the point? The mass media will still take a firm stand on getting me married." Today in Culture
She is scheduled for a movie shoot on Feb. Ten — the same twenty-four hours that chitchat columns have got said she's getting married.
"Set another day of the month for my wedding, please," she joked.
Critics often name Mukherjee one of the country's most talented actresses. She plays a cocotte in the romanticist musical "Saawariya" or "Beloved" to let go of Friday and have starred in respective hits, including "Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna" or "Never State Goodbye" and "Bunty aur (and) Babli."