The madly in love couple of the Bollywood industry Sushant Singh Rajput and actress Rhea Chakraborty are taking their relationship quite seriously. From celebrating occasions to hanging out together, going on trips to making public appearances, the duo has made it all. Now we hear the buzz that the actor wants to take his relationship to the next level by popping the question of marriage to the actress however Mere Dad Ki Maruti actress wants to take things slow and think more about the decision.
A recent report in Mumbai Mirror reveals that after a year of dating Rhea, SSR wants to propose her. He wants to put an end to his playboy image and get settled down while the actress is taking her own sweet time to give her answer to him. A closed source told Pinkvilla that marriage isn't on cards for the two of them now. The source said, "Both Rhea and Sushant are close friends who enjoy each other's company, however marriage isn’t on the cards as of now as the actors are currently focusing on their respective careers. Sushant is busy with the promotion of his upcoming film Chhichhore and Rhea has a film announcement soon. They have just started seeing each other. It's been a few months and they are now getting to know each other well. There's enough time before they decide to take the marital plunge. Right now, it's not even a thought playing on their mind."
Previously during an interview that the MS Dhoni: An Untold Story actor spoke about his relationship with Rhea and told Man's World India Magazine, "I’m seeing many. Oh, you mean it as a metaphor? I’m not allowed to say. It’s not that someone else is saying that I’m not allowed to say it. I cannot allow myself to say anything. Right now, it’s not right to say. People shouldn’t start talking about things in a nascent stage as if they are very sure of it.”
He continued, “Why do that? If you ask me any question that has to do with me, I can say it. If I was seeing somebody, I’d have to ask that somebody. Probably your question, if well-founded, will help me insinuate it to the other person to know what to say next time. And probably when you put me on the cover next time, I’ll say it."