Television actress Charu Asopa and Sushmita Sen’s brother Rajeev Sen have been making the headlines for the last few days, as rumours and speculations about their troubled marriage surfaced on the Internet. Speculations began after Charu Asopa dropped Rajeev’s last name from her Instagram, and they both later deleted their wedding pictures from their social media accounts. While Charu is currently in Mumbai, Rajeev is staying in Delhi for the time being. Now, a report on the Internet suggests that Rajeev Sen has been approached for the Salman Khan-hosted reality show Bigg Boss 14.
A source informed ETimes, “Rajeev Sen has been approached for the show and he wishes to appear alone. Nothing is finalised and we are discussing the fees. Everything is in the initial stage right now.” The source further stated that Rajeev was approached last year too, and his wife Charu also wanted to appear on the show back then. However, it didn’t work out as her brother was getting married at the time, and Rajeev did not wish to appear alone.
The report also adds that when Rajeev was asked if he has been approached for Bigg Boss 14, he denied it and said, “I was approached last year and these are all rumours.”
Recently, in an interview with Bombay Times, Charu Asopa broke her silence about rumoured split with Rajeev Sen. She reacted to Rajeev Sen’s comment about someone close brainwashing her. “If he thinks that I am innocent and gullible, and could be influenced by those around me, why did he leave me to live on my own during these tough times? This is the time for families to come together and be by each other’s side. But, Rajeev moved out and flew to Delhi a few days before our first wedding anniversary. It’s been two months now. Why would he do that?,” said Charu. ALSO READ: Have Rajeev Sen And Charu Asopa Reconciled? THIS Picture Of Their Loved-Up Video Chat Gives Fans Hope
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