Won`t take Salman Khan`s proposal seriously: Elli Avram
New Delhi: Newcomer Elli Avram says she will not take Bollywood star Salman Khan`s marriage proposal seriously.
Salman, who is known for his witty side, was seen flirting with Elli a number of times during her stint on reality TV show `Bigg Boss`, which the `Dabangg` star hosts.
"I will not take his (Salman`s) proposal seriously," Elii joked.
The 23-year-old actress, who recently made her Bollywood debut opposite Manish Paul in `Mickey Virus`, said she does not know Salman well enough to think about a relationship with him.
"On a serious not relationship and marriage is something huge in life which is between two people, who know and respect each other and have values," Elli told reporters.
The Swedish-born actress has listed Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan as her favourite and said she loves his 2002 film `Devdas`.
"I like `Devdas` the most because the love that is shown in the movie is so deep and beautiful, it is amazing. I have a crush on that movie," said Elli, who was in the capital to attend designer Nitya Bajaj`s fashion show.
When asked about her experience in `Bigg Boss`, Elli said she is supporting wrestler Sangram Singh and hopes that he wins the show.
"Sangram is a very humble and nice man. My relationship with Kamya Panjabi was cold from the beginning, but I do not have any grudge against her," she said.
Elli said that she is enjoying her stay in India.
"My experience in India has been very nice, actually I really want to show Europeans that India is a very beautiful country and we can learn so much from this country," Elli said.
The actress also said that she has been reading film scripts but is yet to decide her next move in Bollywood.
"I have lot of offers from Bollywood. But I am taking it slow," she said.
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