Jasleen Matharu's Father Says, "If My Daughter's Love For Anup Jalota Is One-Sided, She Has Been Immature"
That seems bingo, but is Bigg Boss 12 contestant Jasleen Matharu's love for Anup Jalota really one-sided? Or is Jalota trying to be a saint because he doesn't want any fuel in the fire?
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Anyway, whatever it is, it has brought Jasleen's father Kesar Matharu come in the public glare. A low profile man by admission, Mr Matharu had told SpotboyE.com that he will not accept Anup as his son-in-law and he would never be welcome in their household if Jasleen happens to marry him. Mr Matharu had also said that he will however not debar Jasleen from entering their house. Mr Matharu has a big issue with the fact that Jalota is nearly 40 years older than Jasleen.
Jasleen Matharu And Anup Jalota
But what does Mr Matharu feel now? Does he believe what Jalota is telling the world? The time was right to call him- and we did. Mr Matharu did not shy away from talking about Jasleen's alleged involvement with the 66-year-old Jalota. Mr Matharu said that obsession or gravitas for celebrities does happen. "There are umpteen cases of people being crazy about Hema Malini and Kareena Kapoor. Does that mean that Hema and Kareena start reciprocating all such feelings? If my daughter's love for Anup is really one-sided, I think she has been immature."
Jasleen Matharu With Her Father Kesar Matharu
"Anyway, let's wait for Jasleen to come back. I shall ask her to spell out what's her relationship with Jalota," Mr Matharu signs off. But if astrologer-numerologist Sanjay B Jumaani's predictions are anything to go by, Jasleen is not coming out soon anytime.
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