"I am single and not ready to mingle. I am only here to work. I have a goal and I want to concentrate on that. Your career keeps you so busy, there is no time," added Nargis, who was seen in 2011 musical-romantic hit "Rockstar" as Ranbir Kapoor's on-screen love interest.
Uday expressed his love for Nargis on microblogging site Twitter and his tweets set the tongues wagging.
The one-film old actress admits being bothered by link-up news in the beginning, but has learned the tricks to handle them.
"In the beginning it was difficult because you feel bad, you don't understand what's going on. You get messages where people are congratulating you, and you feel, 'For what?',"she said.
"So, you are very confused in the beginning, but slowly you try to understand as it continues to happen. You don't understand where it is coming from, but you understand this is how it is."
Currently, Nargis is busy promoting her second Hindi film, "Madras Cafe", a spy thriller, which also stars John Abraham.
Directed by Shoojit Sircar, "Madras Cafe" is slated for an Aug 23 release.