Mika Singh is all set for his Swayamvar on national television. The popular singer recently talked about his take on finding love on Swayamvar Mika Di Voti during an interview with ETimes Tv. Mika also spoke about his bond with several other superstars like Kapil Sharma, Shaan, and more.
He said, “All the girls coming on the show, they know they are coming to be my life partner. They know who I am and that I am an established name. They will obviously come for my name, and fame and there’s nothing wrong with it. Everyone wants to marry someone who is well-to-do and settled, even parents also look for a bride or groom who is well settled in life, nobody wants their kids to marry a struggler. Girls usually wish to marry a person who is self-made and can take care of her and her family. Agar woh ye soch ke aata hai I don’t have a problem at all. It depends on me, how I want to be with them.”
He added, “Once I decide to get married, I will have to give up my bachelorhood. I am fine with it. All the people who are coming to the show are my own people. They are not coming just for the show. They are a part of my life hence they are part of my life’s decisions. Daler paaji, is my brother and like a father figure to me, Shaan I’ve known for more than 20 years now, Kapil Sharma is my brother, Bhumi, Jaspinder Narula Ji, Farah Khan or Raveena Tandon, I share a very close bond with all these people and that’s why they are here. They are not coming here as celebrities but as my friends.”
Mika also reacted to the popular thought that celebrities don’t marry any of the contestants once the show wraps up. “I would like to tell all the people who will be watching the show that after seeing the previous Swayamvar they must be thinking that celebrities don’t end up getting married to their partners after the show. They break up after the show. But I would like to say that divorces and breakups are a part of life. People are getting divorced after being married for 20 years, having kids and all. So they should not doubt our shows. There are so many beautiful Jodis who part ways within 2 years of marriage as they don’t get along and sometimes I feel bad for them. In today’s time, the thinking of people has changed a lot, the youth of today has become very broad-minded, they want to live a happy life and they happily part ways if they don’t get along. In old times, people would be together for their parent’s sake, society’s sake, or sometimes they genuinely loved each other and believed in the institution of marriage. Today, people part ways amicably so it is happening in the real world,” he said.
Talking about his experience of meeting girls on the show and spending time with them, he said, “I am getting along with the girls. When I am on a date with them whatever you have seen in the promos all that is real. It is all organic. With all the dates, my relationship with the girls is getting stronger. I am giving a lot of importance to my bonding with the girls I am meeting and how good friends we have become. But the toughest part of the show is to eliminate people or ask them that we don’t have a future together.”