Dressed in a grey tee and denims, Imran Khan sauntered into the Landmark bookstore at Mumbai to unveil the special two-book collection of the Mills & Boon (M&B) series based on his forthcoming movie ‘I Hate Luv Storys’.
Just back from his shoot in Mauritius, for Danish Aslam’s film ‘Break Ke Baad’, Imran was his affable self, signing autographs and posing for photos.
He announced Harshita Vaishnav as the winner of the M&B contest and gleefully signed a copy of the pack before handing it over to her.
Much to the delight of everyone present there, he answered questions thrown at him, with much wittiness and charm.
When asked about his childhood crush and the leading lady he would like to romance, he candidly replied, “While growing I had this huge crush on Juhi Chawla. I was in love with her during ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’. I even proposed to her then, but it didn’t work out”.
Talking about his character ‘Jay’, a cynic who doesn’t believe in love stories, Imran was quick to clarify that in real life he is quite an old fashioned romantic and his 8-year long relationship with fianc