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Bollywood celebrities talk about their love, relationships

SAMAA | - Posted: Jul 10, 2016 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
Posted: Jul 10, 2016 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
Bollywood celebrities talk about their love, relationships

Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt, who likes to keep mum on her relationship status, recently spilled the beans about the same in a recent interaction.

Calling ‘acting’ her husband and ‘singing’ her boyfriend, the actress shared details about her long-term relationship with her career.

She also shared that she’s super fond of singing but she doesn’t know how far she can take that in her career, The Times of India said in a report.

Ever since Vidya Balan supported Kangana Ranaut in her legal battle against Hrithik Roshan, reports have been doing the rounds that all’s not well between Vidya and her husband, Sidharth Roy Kapur.

Rumour had it that Sidharth was miffed with Vidya for supporting Kangana because he was producing Hrithik’s movie ‘Mohenjo Daro.’

However, when questioned about the same in an interview, Vidya laughed off the rumours and said, “First of all, it’s nobody’s business. Even then, if you ask me, I will tell you what the truth is…All’s well in my married life. Touchwood.”

Apart from her parallel career in Bollywood and Hollywood, Priyanka Chopra personal life, too, is constantly under the spotlight. The ‘Bajirao Mastani’ actress raised many eyebrows when she hinted at a possible relationship during an interview with Filmfare.

“I have a personal life. I don’t like talking about it. I am private about it. I’ve never flaunted my relationships, I have protected them. I believe in ‘buri nazar’. So if something is important to you, keep it close to your heart. Who says I don’t have a partner? I might not be with him because I am travelling,” she said.

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