Don’t ques­tion my mar­riage: Ran­vir

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For quite some time e now, there has been a lot of spec­u­la­tion around ac­tors Ran­vir Shorey and Konkona Sen Sharma’s mar­riage be­ing on the rocks. Andd ev­i­dently, Ran­vir has had enough of it.

“Yes, there have beenn spec­u­la­tions ... My mar­riage is not up for public scru­tiny! And I am not obliged to an­swer ques­tions on my love life or per­sonal life. I can’t go around an­swer­ing or clar­i­fy­ing those fic­ti­tious sto­ries,” says the ac­tor, who is seen with his wife in the re­cently-re­leased biopic on free­dom fighter Gour Hari Das.

The ‘split ru­mours’ gath­ered steam af­ter Konkona was con­spic­u­ous by her ab­sence at some pro­mo­tional events of the film. How­ever, Ran­vir clar­i­fies that it was be­cause their four-year-old son was un­well. “Ha­roon is suf­fer­ing from vi­ral and that’s why Koko couldn’t come for some of the pro­mo­tions, be­cause one of us needed to be at home with him,” says the 42-year-old, who plays a cyn­i­cal jour­nal­ist in the film, and says that in real life too, he is cyn­i­cal of yel­low jour­nal­ism.

Re­call­ing one such story that left him feel­ing vi­o­lated, he shares, “This was long back, when we were still dat­ing, one of the jour­nal­ists mes­saged me say­ing she was go­ing to run a story on me say­ing she saw me get­ting cosy with some woman at a disc. And I replied that it wasn’t true. Yet, the story came out. I felt vi­o­lated. How could they just go ahead and print a false story, when I was of­fer­ing them facts! They mis­re­ported. But now I don’t get both­ered or let these things af­fect me,” he adds.

I’m not obliged to an­swer

on my ques­tions love life or per­sonal life Ran­vir Shorey,


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