New Delhi: New Delhi: Actor Pulkit Samrat and Shweta Rohira’s pending divorce case is once again in the limelight. There has been a buzz that Shweta’s miscarriage too had a role to play in Pulkit-Yami’s ‘rumoured’ love affair as it was then that the couple started dating each other.
Pulkit had married Salman’s rakhi sister Shweta in November 2014. However, the couple parted ways within a year of their wedding. So far it was reported that Pulkit’s growing proximity with actress Yami Gautam made him part ways with Shweta.
But before the rumours got murkier, Pulkit has finally opened up on his troubled married life.
The ‘Bangistan’ actor stated that he was taken aback with the news regarding Shweta’s miscarriage doing the rounds wondering how such a personal thing became public.
“I was shocked to read news articles about the miscarriage. I was like, “This is such a personal thing for any couple.” It was a tragic time for both of us. To put it out in public is not right. What shook my faith further was the fact that it was about a pious thing like motherhood, and the person, with whom I have spent so many years, would go to the extent of falsifying facts to malign my image and put it out in the public to gain sympathy,” Pulkit told Hindustan Times.
Pulkit also spoke about Shweta’s insecurities regarding him and said, “Shweta was always insecure about me. When we separated, she started calling my close friends and my closest friend since fifth standard. She told her, “My house is broken because you had an affair with my guy.” She called her husband and said, “You are okay with your wife having an affair with my guy because he is famous.” She called my rakhi sister, saying, “You tie rakhi to him only to be close to him.” She told her closest cousin that she has an eye for me. Sadly, she (Yami) happens to be a public figure, so that’s the only thing that comes out in the media (sic)”.
Later, Pulkit Samrat also rubbished the reports of his co-star Yami Gautam having any role in his broken marriage.
He said, “The third person who is responsible for the break-up is her mother. When a mother starts living her life through her daughter, it’s dangerous. Shweta’s thoughts and decisions were taken by her mother. Every daughter is a shadow of her mum. I respect that, but there’s a limit. There’s a certain line that needs to be drawn, which every mother and daughter understands. You don’t want so much interference; you can’t do this in my house and claim that this guy only belongs to me and my mother.”
We wonder what Shweta Rohira has to say about these allegations.