Madhurima Opens Up On Relationship With Ex-Boyfriend Post The Show

We loved the Kabir Singh pairing of Vishal and Madhurima dancing their heart out in Nach Baliye 9 and their beautiful chemistry was also seen in Bigg Boss 13, but the duo infamous fight inside the house made them popular and their relationship got bitter. But looks like the two have moved on from their ugly fight and they are soon going to reunite for a special show Salaam-E-Ishq. 

Recently, in an interview with the IANS, Madhurima opened up on the relationship between the two having now. She said,

“This dance performance that we have presented in ‘Salaam-E-Ishq’ is the journey of our relationship that depicts all the ups and downs of our lives. Every bond doesn’t turn into good forever lasting successful relationship. Now, we are much more mature and are handling things in a better way in our lives. We don’t get mad at each other every now and then, and definitely make sure that we don’t overreact to each other’s actions.” She further added,

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“We wanted to end things on a nice note and that is why we are here performing together. We will respect each other, and I believe everything happens for good. We have tried to work on our mistakes and maybe our fans will get to see us working together like this in the future too.”

Recently,  Madhurima shared a video of a dance performance from the show took to her Instagram handle Along with it.

In an interview with the Mid-Day, Vishal revealed that they were not right for each other. He had said, “She was not right for me. When someone starts belittling you, it becomes difficult to live with them. I am desi, and she had a problem with that. I don’t converse much in English, I choose to talk in Hindi. We belong to different schools of thought. When someone tries to change you completely, the only option is to walk away.” 

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” I had come here to work, and it started deteriorating when I was with her. I am a happy-go-lucky person, and when I started feeling the restriction on how to talk and walk, I left [the relationship]. Restrictions in love are okay, but they shouldn’t suffocate you. She was my love and she had the right to change me. But turning me into a completely different person, so that she could love me, is wrong.”