No wonder the number of reel-to-real romances is very high.

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Imagine if there was a 'no dating' clause for these couples!

"It's funny," says Aamir Ali, who dated Sanjeeda Sheikh for many years before they got married.

"Sanjee and I were doing two different shows made by the same production house.

Luckily, no one stopped me or I didn't get arrested when I went to meet her on her set, which was in the same compound," laughs Aamir, "On a serious note, actors who are dating must take care to not disrupt or delay shoots.

Television actors may soon have no control over matters of the heart. A new 'No Dating' clause introduced by a production house has become a talking point in the television industry.

The production house got its actors Vatsal Sheth and Ishita Dutta to sign on an agreement, which says they will not date each other or anybody else from the cast and crew while they are a part of the show.The makers apparently had some bad experiences in the past, where actors refused to shoot together after they break up; hence they want to play it safe now.But a clause like this is no solution to the problem, say actors, who fear that other production houses too may introduce such clauses in their contracts now. Owing to long working hours, TV actors end up spending most of their time on the sets.And if they ever break up, they have to make sure that work doesn't suffer." Actor Vivian Dsena agrees. I met my wife Vahbiz while working on 'Pyar Ki Ek Kahani'.If there was a clause like this at that time, I would have laughed it off.Clauses can't be put on emotions and relationships," says Vivian, adding, "Actors are expected to be professional in their approach and it's an individual's decision whether he or she agrees to a particular clause.