Divyanka Tripathi On The Insta Post Suggesting Vivek Dahiya And She Sleep In Different Rooms Due To Social Distancing- EXCLUSIVE

Are Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya NOT sleeping in the same room, owing to the social distancing in current times of COVID-19?

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Divyanka Tripathi On The Insta Post Suggesting Vivek Dahiya And She Sleep In Different Rooms Due To Social Distancing- EXCLUSIVE
Well, the Internet is full of interpreting tweets into saucy stories and it is definitely not ethically right all the time. But at times, certain lines from celebrities leave a lot of room for speculation and they themselves know that in a few hours from then what they'll exactly read. Like, I remember talking to Rashami Desai the other day if she had a feeling that the butt-spanking scene Ankita Lokhande and she did at Ankita's house will draw parallels to her Bigg Boss 13 co-contestants Madhurima Tuli-Vishal Aditya Singh episode? And lo! Desai had admitted that she had a strong hunch about the same. It's in good fun sometimes and in bad taste sometimes.

But recently, a certain tweet by Divyanka got converted into speculative stories that maybe she and her husband Vivek Dahiya were sleeping in different rooms during this on-going lockdown period (SEE THE VIDEO BELOW FOR HER ANSWER).



We had caught up with Vivek and her on an Insta Live chat, a few days ago. The time was right to ask her about it. Divyanka, in her usual cheerful and sporting way, said, "Well, it was just that Vivek was writing that day something outside their room and she was missing him. So she just put it up on social media and all in good fun."

The trick worked and Vivek responded by shutting his work and hurrying to Divyanka. Post that, they both started doing their workout.

So that's that! Divyanka and Vivek are CERTAINLY NOT sleeping in different rooms.


Image Source:- instagram/vivekdahiya
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