Subuhi Joshi Reveals That Her Friends Had Always Warned Her About Her Ex-Fiancee Siddharth Sagar

Subuhi Joshi and Siddharth Sagar had gotten engaged in November 2018 but things didn’t work out between them and the couple mutually decided to break ties. The relationship ended on a bitter note and the two ended up accusing each other. In a latest interview with The Times Of India, Subuhi Joshi opened “I have been just focusing on my health and work. My breakup taught me that one should never change oneself because of the other person. It also taught me to never go back to the things that had ended on a bad note once.” Subuhi also added, “I think now I am going to be off relationships for a very long time. I gave so much in my last one that I don’t think I have anything left to give to another person right now. One should get into a relationship only after being ready for it and not because of loneliness.”

Subuhi Joshi shared how her friends have always warned her of her ex-fiancee Siddharth Sagar. He had stated, “I have always considered myself as a relationship person, but being single isn’t bad at all. I get to do a lot of things now, which I couldn’t do when I was in a relationship. I can finally give myself some love, care and importance. And the best thing is that I have got my old friends back. They had always warned me about Sidharth. After our breakup, I got back with them and it’s all good now.”

Talking about her professional life Subuhi had revealed, “90% of the people in the industry feel that actresses should be slim. My weight doesn’t have anything to do with my talent. I think our industry should be more accepting. There was a phase when I totally lost my confidence. I stopped going out, stopped auditioning, and stopped meeting people. When people say certain things to you about your appearance, you tend to take them seriously. And these comments affected me mentally.”

Subuhi Joshi had once shared the reason behind her breakup with ex-fiancee Siddharth and said, “When we separated in 2016, he blamed his mother for it. However, she wasn’t entirely responsible for what happened; I realised it only after staying with him post our engagement. The problem is with his attitude and behaviour, but I did try my best to save the relationship. I have seen his dark side, he loses his cool over petty issues and can get violent. Woh haath uthaata hai aur cheezein phekta hai.”

Soon after her breakup with Siddharth, Subuhi had shared that he was going through financial cringe and physically abused her. She had stated,“He was disturbed as he was going through a financial crunch. Besides fighting verbally, he would often raise his hand on me. In March, I called the cops after he hit me. I was taken to the hospital for a medical check-up and on our way to the police station, he kept crying saying, ‘Mujhse galti ho gayi, maaf kar de. I’ll never repeat it’. After seeing him cry, I told the cops to let him go. In hindsight, I feel that I made a huge mistake. He should have been behind bars.”

She had further added, “I would have liked to end this relationship on a cordial note, but Sidharth is an escapist. When he doesn’t want to face something, he runs away from it. This is exactly what he did with his mother. Now, he has disappeared on me. A few weeks ago, I messaged him about his creditors coming to my home, after which he blocked me on his phone and social media handles. His important documents also bear my residential address and I don’t want to take his responsibility now.”

In another interview, Siddharth Sagar spoke about Subuhi’s allegation of physical abuse and stated, “I have been through a lot in life and still get pangs of depression. I realised that I didn’t have the tenacity to handle more ups and downs in the relationship. About the incident when she called the cops, we had an argument and she hit me first. My nose started bleeding. She wasn’t leaving me and in an attempt to release myself, I moved her away from me. She could have got hurt in that process. I fled the house forgetting my phone behind. When I came back to collect my phone, she had already called the cops. I could have done that, too, but I didn’t want the matter to escalate. I even told her to end the relationship that day, because it had reached an ugly stage. Given my mental state, it will take me some time to be fine. I would often tell her that I needed my space even if we were in a relationship, as that’s normal. But that, too, was an issue. As far as blocking her is concerned, she blocked me first. I did it later as I wanted some peace in my life.”

Siddharth and Subuhi had taught us that it’s okay to walk out of relationships if it’s not working for you and choosing happiness over fake societal notions is the right thing to do.



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