New Delhi: “Unfortunately, I am wedded to work,”said Congress president Rahul Gandhi when asked which heroine could star in his biopic. Gandhi on Friday answered number of questions ranging from politics to his bond with sister Priyanka Vadra during an interaction with students in Maharashtra’s Pune. The event was organised by popular radio jockey Malishka actor Subodh Bhave.

Answering a question on whether politics can be devoid of love and affection, Rahul said, “I love Narendra Modi. I have no hatred or anger towards him. But he has anger towards me.”

Queried about Priyanka’s twitter post calling him courageous, Rahul said,”I am persistent, I stand up for people who are weak.”

Asked about facing criticism on social media, Gandhi said, “Those who want to live in virtual reality, they are free to do so. But, one can’t run away from reality. He added,”In the end you have to face it. I live in reality. Violence does not benefit anyone. It gives only false sense of confidence.”

Talking about the issue of IAF air strike in Balakot and how it has been ‘politicised’, Rahul said, “The air force should take credit for it. I am against the politicisation of the air strikes. I feel uncomfortable when the PM politicises these issues.”