"I have already got 8-10 marriage proposals. A lot of people have left me messages on the Facebook and have written 'Kundan was mad, marry us and we are serious'," Swara said here Friday in an interview.
"Some even said that we are not mad and not stalkers, we will take care of you. So anything else happens or not, I will definitely get settled in my personal life," she added.
After the success of "Raanjhanaa," Swara admits there is a challenge to only do better work now.
"There is a challenge that after 'Raanjhanaa' I don't want to step back, instead I now want to do only better work. After you do good work, your journey becomes even more tough because after that the audience's expectations also rise. I don't want the audience to say in a pityful manner 'This is what she has done after 'Raanjhanaa?," Swara said.
Swara was also seen in Aanand L. Rai's previous directorial "Tanu Weds Manu." She later played the lead in off-beat film "Listen Amaya."