TV actress Tina Dutta, who rose to fame after her stint in popular daily soap Uttaran, spilled beans on her abusive relationship with her boyfriend. The actress was dating a non-industry man, whom she had met through a common friend. The man in question was both verbally and physically abusive with girlfriend Tina Dutta. The actress was speaking to Bombay Times when she narrated her ordeal.
She said, “I was in a relationship with a non-industry guy for five years. We had met through common friends. But I called time on it, because he was extremely abusive, verbally and physically.”
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She also revealed that she came out in public about her relationship when he started getting abusive with her. Initially she wanted her relationship to work, but soon she realised that it wouldn’t. She further revealed how her boyfriend used to thrash her in front of her friends.
She continued, “I would get bashed up even in front of my friends. I went bonkers to an extent that my confidence took a beating. I never wanted to go public with my relationship, but I feel that it's time to speak up.”
Talking about being settled and marriage, Tina Dutta goes on telling that she doesn’t want to get married to a TV actor.
She added, “I want to settle down and not go about having affairs and then nursing heartbreaks. I have always wanted a love marriage, but God is not sending anyone my way. I don’t want to marry someone from the industry, especially an actor, as the relationship will be marred by insecurities. I have seen several failed marriages between actors.”
Tina Dutta also made news for her alleged cold war with co-star Rashami Desai. Rubbishing the rumours, she said, “To be honest, Rashami and I never had a catfight. We could have had our own mood swings, personal issues, and family problems. People exaggerated small issues for publicity stunts and made stories. Rashami and I have always supported each other. I am in touch with her. In fact, we are neighbors and good friends. We hang around, and even attend events and parties together.”