Question: Is there such a thing as a gold digger?

A gold digger is someone who pursues and forms a relationship with someone else for the sole purpose of using or taking that persons money and wealth.

Are Gold Diggers a real thing?

A gold digger is a term for a person, typically a woman, who engages in a type of transactional relationship for money rather than love. If it turns into marriage, it is a type of marriage of convenience.

Is Chawla high caste?

Chawla is a Punjabi Arora-Khatri surname among Hindus from Ancient Times. Chawla Clan of Arora ruled the Kingdom Aror and are part of Arora Kshatriya (Khatri) Royal Clan. It originates from the name of a clan of the Arora caste, likely stemming from the crop word chawal, which means rice.

Why did Juhi marry Jay?

She told Masand: I was just about established and doing well. Thats the time Jay was serenading me and I was afraid of losing my career just when I had kind of got there. I wanted to carry on and this seemed the midway.

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