Krushna is too young for mar­riage

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Leisure - Yashika Mathur yashika. mathur@ hin­dus­tan­times. com

Ac­tor Krushna Ab­hishek (left) has been open about his re­la­tion­ship with ac­tor Kash­mira Shah (in­set), but he says that the never-end­ing cu­rios­ity about his mar­riage some­times drives him up the wall. “It both­ers me when peo­ple keep ask­ing when I am get­ting mar­ried and I end up telling them all that ‘It will hap­pen. I am too young for it’. I don’t get an­noyed with any­one, but it does get re­ally awk­ward for me,” says Krushna, who has been in a re­la­tion­ship with Kash­mira for over nine years now.

“Had my girl­friend been from the non-glam­our world, peo­ple would have never asked this ques­tion, but she, too, is an ac­tor. So, I un­der­stand the cu­rios­ity that comes with it,” he adds.

Mean­while, the 32-year-old ac­tor, who has been as­so­ci­ated with the com­edy genre on TV and films from quite some time, ad­mits that the con­cern about be­ing typecast van­ishes when fat pay checks come knock­ing on the door. “When you get pay checks of

50 lakh, then noth­ing both­ers you. What is the prob­lem in do­ing only com­edy? The au­di­ence ac­cepts us and wants to see us,” he says, adding that he knows his limit while do­ing com­edy. “I have to draw a line when I see that the au­di­ence is not giv­ing an en­thu­si­as­tic re­sponse. When you feel you are go­ing over board, you should have the skill to change the act in a jiffy,” he says.

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