Face to face:Shubhaavi Choksey
I have never downloaded any of these apps, but many single friends of mine have told me about them. Being born in the 80s, I prefer to meet the person face to face.
Fake call: Shivin NarangAs a public figure, I feel it’s okay to be on such an app. The problem is that people find it fake. I was on a dating app and people thought that it was a fake account. I deleted it! I fully support such apps as they have made people more confident.
Luck factor: Ansh BagriI won’t say that these dating apps are just for flings or hook-ups; 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 develop feelings.
Big no: Rahul Sharma
I have never been on such apps. 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.
Thumbs up: Samir Soni
I don’t think it’s wrong to be part of such apps, although I never had any experience because during our times there were no such apps. But I feel there’s nothing wrong as when people can go on matrimonial sites, then why not such apps?
Global chance: Ira Sone
I feel there’s very little room left for meeting someone special organically. The digital world is ruling every space, be it shopping, buying vegetables or 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.