Asha Negi on her public breakup with Rithvik Dhanjani: ‘I can’t even explain how tough it got’

The Indian Express website has been rated GREEN for its credibility and trustworthiness by Newsguard, a global service that rates news sources for their journalistic standards. I think that’s the most important thing in a friendship. Talking about her experience of working on the show, the actor said that the team was actually on a road trip for two and a half months and had the most amazing time. If you are good at your job, you are appreciated as an actor, and not as a TV or film actor.”
As she spoke about mediums, we wondered if she has ever felt the brunt of coming from the television industry. I am quite a romantic at heart and do believe in love. By the end of the trip, we were so attached, and missed each other once we were back,” she shared, in an exclusive chat with “I don’t think we make any extra efforts. It’s just that we are real to each other and quite unfiltered. While people believe that actors cannot be friends, Asha and her set of friends in the industry have definitely shattered the stereotype. “I can’t even explain how tough it got. Khwabon Ke Parindey also stars Mrinal Dutt, Manasi Moghe and Tushar Sharma. “Not at all. That has worked for us.”×1.png

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Talking about her work on the web space, the actor called the medium a ‘saviour’ for actors and filmmakers, but also for the audience. People are just sitting there and commenting. I never felt any kind of disparity. Also Read |TV stars who broke their image on the web space


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While she touched newer heights recently, the Pavitra Rishta actor faced a low when she parted ways with longtime boyfriend Rithvik Dhanjani last year. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. When it happened last year, we had to face the situation ourselves first, then, of course, tell the family. She was seen in Abhay 2 and Ludo last year, and now plays the lead in Voot Select series Khwabon Ke Parindey. The audience is definitely in for a treat. We don’t have too many expectations of each other and are busy with our own lives, but we always stick around. “We were shopping, hunting for Indian food, and bonded like real friends. Yes, they have seen us together in good times but you don’t know anything about us. I am just quite clearer in life now with what I want.”
She confessed that the breakup was more difficult as they are in the public eye. © IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd


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VOOT It also got leaked in media then, so it wasn’t easy at all.”

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After making her mark in the television industry, Asha Negi is now creating a wave in the web space. “Even when I was doing Ludo, everyone was very sweet to me and supportive. While many have spoken about the disparity, Asha shared that she never felt anyone looking at her as a ‘TV actor’. Written by Sana Farzeen
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June 17, 2021 7:28:44 am

Asha Negi is currently seen in Voot Select's Khwabon Ke Parindey. From an actor’s perspective, we are getting more opportunity, and most importantly, no one is boxed into a medium. While the couple has spoken about how they will remain special in each other’s life, we asked Asha if the breakup made her cynical about love. “Last year and this time too, there has been so much content to watch. However, I don’t know if they spoke about it behind my back,” she replied with a smile. So how do they manage to stay friends despite being in the running for the same sort of work. She plays an NRI girl, Bindiya, who sets on a road trip with her friends, and finds truths about herself along the way.