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Kriti shares why she likes Indian men: 'Too desi, want other person to at least understand Hindi'

Updated on: 31 March,2024 06:54 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Actress Kriti Sanon said that she needs a guy, who she would date to be “a little desi”

Kriti shares why she likes Indian men: 'Too desi, want other person to at least understand Hindi'

Kriti Sanon. Pic/Yogen Shah

Actress Kriti Sanon, who is receiving a lot of positive response for her recently released theatrical film ‘Crew’, has shared why she likes Indian men.


The actress said that she needs a guy, who she would date to be “a little desi”.


The actress spoke with Raj Shamani on his podcast, and said: “Abhi tak I haven’t gotten attracted to an absolute white man except for like you feel that Ryan Gosling is hot and all. You can find people hot but I haven’t fallen for someone who is not completely Indian. Never say never but, I would prefer to date a guy who is a little desi.”


She further mentioned, “That’s because I’m too desi, I need the partner to at least understand Hindi, he may choose not to speak the language at all. Mere mooh se Hindi nikalne waali hai, I can’t always talk in English. I can’t dance for too long on English songs, I’m gonna play Hindi songs and Punjabi songs.”

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