Neena Gupta Tells Kareena Kapoor That Her Wedding Was Called Off At Last Minute, ‘I Use To Live With Him’

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On Monday, Kareena Kapoor launched an autobiography of actress Neena Gupta titled Sach Kahun Toh. In their interactive session posted on Instagram, Neena Gupta revealed many secrets of her life. Neena Gupta told Kareena Kapoor that she did not really have a companion after moving to Mumbai besides a few small affairs. She is now married to Vivek Mehra. Neena Gupta said,

“In fact, while I was writing the book, I realised in my prime years I have been without a lover or husband. Because I came here, then small affairs, nothing really materialised. Basically, I was all alone.”

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She also talked about cricketer Vivian Richards. Neena and Vivian Richards had one daughter Masaba Gupta. Neena said,

“Even with Vivian, he was far away, he had his own life. We met very seldom.”

Neena also recalled that she was about to marry a man but was dumped and canceled the wedding at a very last minute. She was shopping for clothes at that time. Neena said,

“Till today I don’t know,” she said about what happened. “That happened. But what can I do? I moved on. I would have loved to get married to him. I had a lot of respect for his father, mother. I was living in their house. He’s going to read, he’s alive, he’s happily married. He has children.”

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Neena said that she still feels a little envious when she sees people in regular relationships. She added,

“People say I lived my life on my own terms. Actually, I never did. Wherever I went wrong, I accepted it and moved forward. I wanted to have a normal husband, children, my in-laws. When I see other people I do feel a little envious. I did not blame, I did not become alcoholic, because what I wanted I did not get.”


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The book Sach Kahun Toh will tell the readers about Neena Gupta’s journey from her days at the National School Of Drama (NSD) to moving to Mumbai in the 80s and her single parenthood. The book will also address issues like the casting couch, politics, and how challenging it is for a young actor to survive in an industry without a godfather or a guide.

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