Bollywood Scoop: Shraddha Kapoor’s Beau Rohan Shreshtha’s Father Breaks Silence On Son’s Alleged Affair With The actress; Deets Inside
Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor as of late celebrated her birthday in Maldives and the photos of the celebration are everywhere on the web. Be that as it may, what grabbed everybody’s eye were the affection-filled photos of her in beau Rohan Shrestha’s arms. For those unversed, the couple is at present at the fascinating destination for the pre-wedding function of Priyaank Sharma and Shaza Morani. Since the time their photographs went viral on social media, fans have been excitedly holding back to hear something about their wedding. Indeed, presently here’s a spice scoop! Rohan’s dad Rakesh Shrestha, in a new interview with TOI opened up about the same and said that there will be no objection from his side once the lovebirds, at last, choose to get married.
Rohan’s dad Rakesh Shreshtha has opened up on their relationship and revealed to E Times, “The extent that I was told, they were friends from their college days. In addition, they have numerous common companions in Juhu. The two of them are doing so well in their professional lives, so any choice they take about being together will likewise be a reasonable and full-grown one.”
He added, “If they decide to marry each other, I will happily do everything for them. The word ‘objection’ does not exist in my dictionary. And let me tell you, I call Rohan as ‘My Dream’, I rarely address him as ‘Rohan’.” The ace-lensman also revealed that Shraddha’s mother and aunt have played a huge role in his career and said, “When I started as a photographer, I didn’t have a studio of my own. I used to go to shoots on my bike and shoot there. And where did I eat my lunch for at least 20 days every month? In the Kolhapure household!”
He also went onto praise his son’s photography skills by adding, “His pictures are very edgy and he is in tandem with the trends. He is doing very well and I don’t impose my views on him. There would be no point in Rohan becoming a clone of his father. Besides, today’s times demand a different output when it comes to pictures. The heroes and heroines are not photographed in the same way as their predecessors. If the era has changed, it is only natural for us to accept the transition and adapt ourselves to the need of the hour.”