Here’s why Ssharad prefers few friends

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Shreya Mukher­jee shreya.mukher­jee@htlive.com

Ac­tor Ssharad Mal­ho­traa (right) is a man of few words, and few friends too. The ac­tor, who has been a part of TV in­dus­try for quite some time now, says he is par­tic­u­lar about with whom he be­comes friends with. Ssharad shares that he is clos­est to Pra­teek Chakra­vorty, who di­rected and pro­duced his de­but Bol­ly­wood film From Syd­ney with Love (2012), and more re­cently a short film. “Pra­teek and I bond well, we are like broth­ers. We have been with each other through thick and thin. Our un­der­stand­ing is good and we help each other grow. I hope that our friend­ship re­mains and lasts a life­time,” he says.

In an in­dus­try, where friend­ships change at the drop of a hat, Ssharad says he takes time to call some­one his friend. “It isn’t easy to de­velop and main­tain friend­ships in this in­dus­try. Ev­ery­one needs their own space. Also, be­ing a sen­si­tive per­son it be­comes dif­fi­cult for me to han­dle it, when re­la­tion­ships don’t work. That is why I pre­fer shar­ing my­self with a few close ones,” says Ssharad who is known for shows such as Banoo Main Teri Dul­hann and Bharat Ka Veer Pu­tra – Ma­ha­rana Pratap.

Asked about his ex, ac­tor

Divyanka Tri­pathi Dahiya, Ssharad says, “I am not in touch with Divyanka. Ev­ery­one has moved on, and hap­pily lead­ing their re­spec­tive lives in their own space.”

PHOTO: FACE­BOOK/SSHARAD MAL­HO­TRA

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