"Love at first sight—total BS!", Kangana tells Cosmo. "I can't begin to comprehend how people think they'll find love on a dating app. How on earth can you find someone attractive if you don't even know them. I mean, I know we're the 'YouTube' generation—not a handwritten letter generation—but it's scary how much the Internet has changed the way we view relationships. I feel like we've all become a lot more robotic—it's almost like we're adapting to this machine-esque era by becoming mechanical ourselves."
She adds that she's glad she's not on any apps, because she'd be really bad at it. "I tend to defy the rules—so even if I set a date with a stranger, I'd not show up." She smiles. "You can't tell if a man will be passionate about you and thoroughly invested in you from a photo on an app. That's the stuff that actually matters—if a man is all about you, and cares about the things you care about, the stuff that engages you—it makes no damn difference how he looks or what he does for a living. You won't be able to help yourself falling in love with that man."
Well, it's a rare change to hear someone charge forward on the subject of love with such honesty, isn't it?