"Love ain't an idea. It's a feeling that grows over time. Love is when you disagree, but still hold hands," she said. According to her, all love is human love -- parental, romantic or platonic.
"Having said that one needs romantic love at all stages of life and the definition of that doesn't change much though the expression of it does in different stages of life," she said. But romantic love isn't the only love. "So let's not glorify it. It's one spectrum and it's necessary, but not having or losing romantic love isn't something that is be all and end all."
Asked if she feels the way social media has blurred the lines between real and fake, it's hard to find love, she said, "Real and fake always existed, but earlier it was tough to discover fakeness. Now it's easier or let's say, too many options for everyone hence, too much and constant window shopping by a large section of people. Social media isn't to blame but our own being and nature! Social media has also thrown open avenues to meet more people unlike before, so no social media ain't the culprit, it's humans."
She feels that if we can manage time for work, nothing should stop us from doing so for love. She doesn't think love is an illusion. "Thinking of lust to be in love is the real issue. Taking infatuation as love is the issue. Confusing all of this for love is where the problem is," she pexplained