'The pressure (of getting married) is on, not only from my family but from even Bebo (Kareena's pet name),' Vivek, who will be seen with Kareena and Saif in Rensil D'Silva's untitled film, told IANS in an e-mail interview.
'Every time we go out for dinner, she would shake her head and tell me - 'find a nice girl and settle down' and I would hide behind Saif to dodge the bullet. We had some great laughs,' he said.
Vivek's personal life has always been in the spotlight - from the time his engagement to long-standing girlfriend Gurpreet Gill broke off to the short but much-hyped relationship with former beauty queen Aishwarya Rai. But now the actor is single.
He reasons his stag status by saying: 'I'm single because I am waiting to find the girl who will make me want to never be single again.'
His personal life apart, Vivek has his hands full with big banner movies like Ram Gopal Varma's 'Rakta Charitra', Prakash Jha's 'Rajniti' and Tips Films' 'Prince' besides Rensil D'Silva's untitled romantic thriller.
So Vivek will be back with a bang after experiencing a series of ups and downs in his career.
Vivek is in no mood to assess his stint in Bollywood since his launch in Varma's 'Company' in 2002 as he says he is still raring to go.
'When I retire, I will have enough time to sit back in a rocking chair and judge my career. Right now, it's time for me to grab every opportunity and give it my very best,' said Vivek, who was loved by audiences in films like 'Saathiya' and 'Yuva' as well.
The actor also spoke about the only mistake he thinks he made during his seven-year-old career.
'What went wrong in between was that I had forgotten why I came here...to be an actor...just that...Not all the trappings of stardom but just the pure fire of burning desire to act,' he said.
Now Vivek says he has set a goal for himself.
'Every day, in every way, I want to be better and better...that is my mission and my prayer,' he said.