Rashami Desai's former boyfriend Arhaan Khan entered Bigg Boss 13 as a wild card contestant, and during his stint, Salman Khan informed to Rashami that he was already married and had a kid. The actress was shocked and later thanked the actor for bringing his truth out. Rashami and Arhaan soon parted ways. Rashami is currently a part of Bigg Boss 15, and a couple of days ago, Arhaan took a jibe at her by calling her an 'attention seeker'.
Now, in a recent interview, Arhaan revealed that Rashami always knew he was married and had a child. Speaking to Bombay Times, Arhaan said that he and Rashami were in a live-in relationship for almost a year-and-a-half, but on Bigg Boss 13, she claimed that they met before the show. He also revealed that he tried to contact her after their ugly breakup on national TV, but she refused to meet him.
"Rashami feigned ignorance about my marital status and that I have a child. Is that possible when you have been living with someone for three years? She could access my phone anytime. She knew about the wife and child, but lied on national television. Even after something as big as this had happened in her life, she proposed to me inside the house the following day. Maana pyaar andha hota hai, but itna bhi nahi hota," he said. ALSO READ:Bigg Boss 15: Has Rashami Desai’s Ex Arhaan Khan Indirectly Passed A Derogatory Comment After Salman Khan Asked The Actress’ About Her House Keys Being In Safe Hands?
Arhaan added, "I regret not telling the world that she knew everything at that point. It was a huge mistake. I bothered about her image and the fact that she had been through a lot in the past."
Arhaan further revealed that he and his wife parted ways due to compatibility issues. "I have always been open about our separation. However, we are not divorced. Am I not allowed to move on in life? Agar Rashami ya meri wife ko ek doosre mein nahi pata hota toh main galat hota. They knew about each other's existence in my life. Also, it's not that I met someone and fell in love with her in the BB house," he said.