Shivin Narang: As a public figure, I feel it’s okay to be on such an app. The problem is people find it fake. It happened to me. I was on a dating app and people thought that it was a fake account. I deleted it, as most of people think that celebrities cannot be on such apps. I fully support such apps as they have made people more confident about meeting new people and understanding each other. We can express ourselves easily. I think it’s really very cool.
Sahil Anand: These apps are only for casual dating and not serious stuff. I am not on such apps. In India are really mistaken about these apps. It’s only for casual dating. People are not themselves on these apps. Even kids today know about what these apps are and why are they used. If an actor wants to be on such an app and if he is, then who are we to judge? An actor has his own personal life and he can live the way he wants.
Ira Sone: Times have changed where everyone is moving, by the clock in big cities, in such a scenario I feel there’s very little room left for meeting someone special organically. The digital world is ruling in every space be it shopping to buying vegetables to ordering a meal, so there’s no shying away from a dating app as a tool to find a romantic partner. Yes, I am on dating apps and I think it gives me a broader chance to meet people from different parts of the globe. In real life or on dating apps there will always be a bunch of decent men and a bunch of shallow thinkers, it’s you who gets to decide which one to pick.
Angad Hasija: I don’t really believe in such apps. It’s not for serious and genuine people. I believe people just talk to people for some purpose or selfish reasons but if you think you will get some long life friend or a person for a serious relationship here, that’s wrong. I don’t think it is okay for actors to be on such apps because people connect to actors and then blackmail them, it’s harmful to them. It’s kind of fake and I never have been on such apps and never will be. My friends had an experience where a girl was talking through a fake account and she wasn’t what who she was presenting herself as.
Ansh Bagri: I won’t say that these dating apps are just for flings or hookups if you are destined to meet the right one, the path could be any. I don’t feel anything is wrong in being on these dating apps, serious relationships don’t develop with such apps it happens when you meet people, understand and finally, you develop feelings for each other. People have just blamed these apps for no reason I feel if you are doing something for fun and the other person is mutually involved then there’s nothing wrong as far as you are not hurting anyone. These apps don’t guarantee you serious relationship or true love, we should not judge anyone who is on tinder or any other app. It’s like being on just another social media website. A few years back I was on Tinder and I met a few people and I never took it as a fling app and I also did an ad for Tinder.
Rohitashv Gour: I have never been on any of these apps. I don’t think such apps are good as people who have no sense of responsibility towards life and who just want to enjoy and have a casual relationship, go on such apps. I would say nobody should trust such apps because people who are just into casual things and just want to fool around are on such apps be it men or women. Maybe 1 out of 100 relationships might work in such a scenario.
Rahul Sharma: I have never been on such apps and I never would with what I have heard I am disappointed with what people have been doing and using these apps for. I don’t think it’s possible to find someone special or true love on such sites, it’s very rare and these kinds of sites connect you. I don’t think it helps you find the right person. As a public figure, I don’t think one can be on it. I am not against it, I personally don’t like to be on it and would never be.