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Neena Gupta: 'Don't fall in love with a married man'

By Rediff Get Ahead
March 04, 2020 12:05 IST
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'I have done this before, I have suffered,' the 60 year old actor said while sharing an important relationship advice.

Neena Gupta with husband  Vivek Mehra

IMAGE: Neena Gupta with husband Vivek Mehra. Photograph: Courtesy Neena Gupta/Instagram

After taking over the Internet with her smart fashion choices, Neena Gupta is now using Instagram to share important life advice.

The Shubh Mangal Zyada Savdhaan actor recently uploaded a video (external link) to warn women from getting into the wrong relationships, especially involving married men.

Sharing an incident from her own life and the mistakes she made, she says: 'He told me that he doesn't like his wife and they are not getting along for a long time. So you fall in love with him. He is a married guy. Then you say ‘why don’t you separate?’. But he says ‘no, no there are kids, I don’t feel like, let’s carry on...let's see what happens, maybe some day...

You are hopeful, so you start meeting secretly and go on holidays, but he finds it difficult as he has to lie about his plans. Then you say you want to spend a night with him.

'You pressurise him, so you find a hotel or some place where you spend the night. Then you want to spend more nights together and ultimately you want to marry him.

You push him to divorce his wife. But he says 'wait for some time, I am working on it, it’s not so easy, there is property, there are bank accounts etc etc’.

'Now you getting panicky, you're getting frustrated and you don’t know what to do. You even think of calling his wife to tell her about her husband.

'At one point, it gets so complicated that you think about leaving him. He says f*** off to you. Then what do you do?

'So, do not get involved in all this, do not fall in love with a married man. I have done this before, I have suffered. That is why I am telling all my friends: try not to do it.'


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