"Randeep is a great co-star. I am fond of Randeep, but I don't meet him often. He is busy and I am also busy with my work," Aditi told IANS.
"All I can say is that he is somebody I am fond of. I don't like to talk about my personal life, but I would say I am not seeing anybody and I am single," she added.
There has been a lot of speculation about her marital status and her relationship with Randeep, but Aditi seems to be unperturbed.
"If I think about gossip, I can't concentrate on work. Gossips don't affect me, but actually it does. People cook up stories and they don't cross check, the stories are not true. I have stopped reading news. I have a good relationship with journalists, but I would like to say we are also human beings and even we feel bad," said the actress.
"I am playing a college girl, who is fun loving. This is a film which is a mix of everything - action, comedy and drama. I did the film to have fun and experience larger than life film," said the actress who has been part of small budget movies like "Yeh Saali Zindagi" and "London Paris New York" as well as a biggie like "Rockstar".
Directed by Anthony D'Souza, "Boss" also features Ronit Roy and it is slated for an Oct 16 release.