Ssharad Malhotra Reacts To Not Marrying Divyanka Tripathi – “It Was A Beautiful Relationship, But I Was Immature”

Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki actor Ssharad Malhotra has finally broken silence on his relationship with Divyanka Tripathi. He admits to being immature years ago but is wiser now

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Ssharad Malhotra Reacts To Not Marrying Divyanka Tripathi – “It Was A Beautiful Relationship, But I Was Immature”

Unlike most celebrity couples, Ssharad Malhotra and Divyanka Tripathi were open about their relationship. The couple parted ways after 7 years of being together and now, the actress is married to Vivek Dahiya. On Rajeev Khandelwal’s show, Juzz Baatt, Divyanka got emotional while talking about her break-up with the actor. Now, Ssharad has also opened up about his relationship with the actress.

Speaking to Bombay Times, he said, “There’s not much I can say except that it was a beautiful relationship. But when the word ‘marriage’ popped up, I developed cold feet. It was a long time ago and I was quite immature. One gradually matures with time and experience. Yes, I have made mistakes. As human beings, we all make mistakes. I realise that now but unfortunately, it’s five years down the line. I should have realised it then, but no hard feelings. We have both moved on. She looks very happy and I wish her the very best."

In the interview Ssharad has also admitted that he is a marriage phobic. In fact, Pooja Bisht, with whom he recently parted ways, told us in an exclusive interview that he has fu**ed up his imageWhen quizzed about his commitment phobia, he said, “If I have been with someone for two years or seven years, clearly I am not commitment-phobic. I am with the person, I love the person and it’s all hunky-dory. In all my relationships, I have had some great moments, it’s been fantastic. We have also fought like cats and dogs, but the kind of family I come from, I know where to draw the line. In a relationship, you have your good times and then you experience the bump and you don’t know how to react. The topic of marriage comes up and you start stepping back and your partner wonders why. I don’t blame them; they are right in feeling that way. Like I have said in the past, the fault is probably mine. I always fall short of taking that final step and that’s something I need to rectify. I have to really work on that.”



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