Piyush. I have kept shown and occasionally bred Rottweilers for more than 20yrs. There are a few question you must answer before I can suggest whether you should get a Rottweiler or not.
1. Where do you live and how much space you have (house/ apartment and how much open area)
2. Have you kept dogs in the past or not and which ones
3. Where is the dog going to live, inside the house or outside
4. How many people are there in your family including children and who will be taking care of the dog
5. Is the entire family dog lovers or not
6. Purpose of getting a dog and why a Rottweiler
7. How much time can you or will spend with the dog
8. Are you willing to continously train your dog even when he or she is an adult
9. Will the dog be tied or left open in the house
The above are random questions and not in order. Basically the above question will give me an idea if you should go in for this wonderful breed or not.
Every dog breed has certain traits and requirements and hence do not fit into any or every house. It is no point getting a particular dog breed and then finding out that you cannot keep it. For example people find St Bernard pups very cute and nice. They buy it not realising the size of the dog when adult and then cannot keep it and abandon it or want to get rid of it. Another example are Labradors. great dogs but they need exercise. they are a docile breed and nice, but I have also seen some really vicious and dangerous Labs as the owner does not have time to give them exercise and the dog was tied most of the time or locked in a pen.
Why I am telling you these things is because I help in finding pedigree dogs homes which are abandoned or the owners dont want them due to various reasons mentioned above.