Apart from his new song, Peg Daariyan, actor Adhyayan Suman is also hitting headlines for personal reasons. The Raaz actor confirmed to BT about his breakup with Maera Mishra, who, incidentally, also features in the song. After parting ways from Maera, he even released a statement on his social media account, saying that he is focusing on his career while requesting people to respect his privacy and not to bother his family. Now, in a recent interview with BollywoodLife, Adhyayan Suman revealed the real reason why he and his now ex-girlfriend Maera Mishra called it quits.
He was quoted saying, “I've been through so much in my life that these things don't affect me anymore. I've actually come out of such tough situations in my life, where people have said bigger things...much, much bigger things. Of course (I loved her), but see, every person breaks up very differently — I'll break up very differently, I'll talk about it very differently, I will deal with it very differently. I absolutely respect her decision for the way she wanted to deal with it and probably put her statements out, which is absolutely fair and fine and I don't think I'd want to say anything and add fuel to the fire and burn the forest down because there's no point in that.”
Furthermore, Shekhar Suman’s son said he feels that people come together for a reason and if they are not meant to stay together, they should part ways. “It's a very difficult thing to understand when people want to cling onto you and be in a relationship when it's toxic, but I believe in the absolute opposite idea of it. I feel, if your relationship is becoming toxic and if you're not good to each other, if you're not helpful to each other, not honest, in whatever sense, I'm generically saying all this...I feel that people should just go their separate ways,” added the Aashram actor.
Image source: Instagram/ adhyayansuman/ maeramishra
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