Mumbai, Nov. 17 -- Be it reports about her marriage with golfer Jyoti Randhawa falling apart, or even anything related to her five-year-old son Zorawar, actor Chitrangda Singh is in no mood to discuss anything personal.
"You know it's only natural for people to be curious about the life of stars... I mean they do have the right to know about us, but often what we say is portrayed in the wrong manner," says the 37-year-old Jodhpur-born actor, who made a critically acclaimed debut with Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi (2003), nearly a decade ago.
"I remember once this person asked me some personal questions during an interview, but in a friendly manner so I had answered them. Later I saw that only some parts of it came out. So you say something, then people just pick up a line from it, twist it and give their own interpretation to it. So now, even if I want to answer a particular personal question, I don't, because I don't know how it will be played out later," says Chitrangda, admitting that personal queries have almost become must-ask cliched questions that she always gets flooded with. "You can only share so much of your personal life with the world, not every minute detail," says Chitrangda.