Translation:The girl who lives in Paris is hugging the man you love.
I wouldn't say so. That's what I understand. Joka is a pronoun that means: who, which, that. Jota is the partitive singular form of joka. As a pronoun, joka is the "object" of the verb that it is followed by.
Ketä katselet? (Whom are you looking at?)
N: Tyttöä, joka hymyilee. (Tyttö hymyilee.)
A: Tyttöä, jonka tapasin eilen. (Tapasin tytön.)
G: Tyttöä, jonka haluan. (Haulan tytön.)
P: Tyttöä, jota odotan. (Odotan tyttöä.)
Joka's form seems to depend on the verb that it is followed by. Please correct both my English and Finnish, thank you.