Television actor Karan Tacker and actress Krystle D’Souza hit headlines for their chemistry on the show Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai. The duo shared screen space in 2011 on the show which also featured Nia Sharma and Kushal Tandon. As Karan and Krystle shared a great bond together during the show, things did not turn out quite well between the duo which lead to them eventually parting ways. Now in an interview, Karan Tacker discloses he is not in touch with Krystle D’Souza anymore and reveals about much more.
Speaking with the Times of India, in an interview, when questioned about whether Karan is in touch with Krystle D’Souza, the actor revealed that the popular Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai duo are not in touch anymore. Karan further added that he does not want to share the details as to what happened between Krystle and him and mentioned that the two separated because of personal differences.
As Karan and Krystle D’Souza do not follow each other on social media as well, when asked if he would accept the offer if given a chance to work with her, Tacker wants to be professional. The actor explained that just like how it's always the script that he goes for and not whom he’s working with for the project, Karan Tacker mentioned that he would not really have a problem working with Krystle.
Meanwhile, as Karan Tacker has been hitting headlines for allegedly dating actress Shrey Chaudhry, the actor clearly denied such reports and went on to mention that he is a private person and does not let his personal life come under the public eye. Work-wise, Karan was last seen in the Hotstar series Special OPS and played the character of Farooq Ali in it. Also Read: Ekta Kapoor Gets Karan Patel, Krystle D’Souza, Pearl V Puri On Video Call To Surprise Birthday Girl Anita Hassanandani; Says 'Tashu, I've Known You In A Life Before This One'
Image source: Instagram/ Krystle D'Souza
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