1. Indian men think Valentine’s Day is over-rated: survey

Indian men think Valentine’s Day is over-rated: survey

Half of Indian men feel that Valentine's Day is over-rated, according to a survey...

By: | Kolkatta | Published: February 14, 2015 8:15 AM

Half of Indian men feel that Valentine’s Day is over-rated, according to a survey.

When young men were asked about ‘How they felt about Valentine’s Day’ in a survey by matchmaking portal Shaadi.com, more than 50 per cent men said they think ‘Valentine’s Day is overrated’.

About 49 per cent women also said it is overrated.

When women were asked if they like men who get excited to celebrate Valentine’s Day, a majority of 67.2 per cent said ‘No’.

The poll was conducted online with over 9,000 responses from men and women in the age group of 23 to 37 years.

On whether they believe in the concept of V-Day, 32 per cent women and 48 per cent men said ‘yes’.

Commenting on the survey results, Gourav Rakshit, Chief Operating Officer, Shaadi.com said, “Valentine’s Day has been a symbol of love.

However, it is interesting to learn that today’s youth in India feels differently about this concept.”

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