Harshad Arora Confirms Dating His Reel Life Mother Aparna Kumar; Quashes Rumours Of Marriage Though- EXCLUSIVE

Harshad Arora and Aparna Kumar who are co-stars on the show Mayavi Maling are rumoured to be dating in real life. Now, we heard it from the actor's mouth as he exclusively told us that they are indeed a couple. However, he also added that they are not married, contrary to rumours

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Harshad Arora Confirms Dating His Reel Life Mother Aparna Kumar; Quashes Rumours Of Marriage Though- EXCLUSIVE
Television actor Harshad Arora and his reel life mother Aparna Kumar from the show Mayavi Maling are in the news for their alleged affair since 2018. However, they have played the ‘Good Friends’ card so far. But now, a latest picture shared by Aparna on her Instagram handle has raised curiosity amongst fans as to whether the couple is married already in real life?

Sharing a photo from their Holi celebrations, Aparna wrote, " Off guard  #moments #moods #fun #chilling #afterwork #relaxing #athome #couplemoments #couplegoals #happiness @harshadaroraoficial photo credit @sumeet2402”

But fans of Harshad noticed Aparna’s Sindoor in the picture and that made curious if the two are married for real. Here are few comments for you;


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We immediately messaged Harshad to know the reality and he replied, "Yes, we are dating each other but we are not married. Talking about the sindoor, well it’s make-up from her show.”

When asked if they have plans of settling down, he said, "You will know when it happens". We also tried reaching out to Aparna but she remained unavailable for comment. 

Harshad who has become a popular name after his show Beintehaa is currently seen playing Alok Parihar in the ongoing serial Tera Kya Hoga Alia whereas Aparna is seen in Naagin 4 playing the character of Iravati Parikh.


Image Source:- instagram/aparnarunkumar
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