New Delhi: Actress Mona Singh, who has kept mum about her relationship with 'Force' actor Vidyut Jamwal, says she would love to get married but is not planning the D-day yet. The 'Jassi Jaisi Kaisi Koi Nahi' star met Jamwal through common friends over a year ago and the duo have been inseparable since then.
"Marriage is an institution I have complete faith in. I see my mom and dad everyday so much in love... I would love to get married but right now I haven't decided when. These things just happen and I would love to be surprised," Mona told PTI.
Though the 32-year-old has no experience of marriage in real life, she does play a divorcee mother in her TV serial 'Kya Hua Tera Vada'.
Mona met Jamwal through common friends over a year ago and the duo have been inseparable since then.
The show, which will complete a year in January 2013, is taking a 10 year leap and will see Mona play a 'modern day mother' to two grown up kids. The actress says she is waiting to see how audience will react to the new plot.
"We are taking a 10 year leap, so I am nervous and excited. I am waiting to see how my friends and family react. I play a mother of grown up kids and it is a challenge when I am not even married. As an actor it gives me a high to explore
myself," she added.
Mona also says she does not mind playing a 37/38 year old woman on-screen. "When I started the show Ekta (producer) told me I will be 27/28 so now with a 10 year leap I play 37/38, which is not that old... I don't have to dye my hair grey and act old. I play a very cool and fashionable mom," Mona said.
Besides small screen, the actress has tried her hand at films as well with a supporting role in Aamir Khan starrer '3 Idiots'. Ask her why she hasn't done a movie in a long time she says, "After '3 Idiots' all I was being offered was to play similar kind of role, but I can't play pregnant in every movie it is just stupid. So I didn't take up any movie."
Mona also said she won't quit TV for movies as she can balance the two. "I want to do movies but I won't quit TV for that. Small screen is where I started, I can never leave it and moreover I can balance both," she said.