Actor Vishnu Vishal of Ratsasan fame is currently making waves for dating badminton player Jwala Gutta of Ratsasan fame. While the actor does not dispute that he was in a relationship with the athlete, he emphasizes that love is all about marriage for him, and that chapter ended after his divorce.
His outlook on love and relationships, however, has evolved with him. He still believes strongly in the importance of having a long-term companion. In the most recent exchange with India, When asked about his relationship with Gutta, the actor revealed that he and Gutta connected on an equal level and that she should not be held responsible for their divorce.
“Frankly speaking, my heart doesn’t have a place for love. That chapter in my life has come to a close. My husband and I were married out of love, and we’ve been together for almost a decade.
In the course of describing his evolved approach to love and relationships, he said, “It’s definitely not simple to overlook these situations.” For me, friendship is a lifelong commitment. That’s something I completely believe in. You crave companionship as the days go by, allowing you to express your joys and sorrows.
Then I met Jwala Gutta and we became inseparable after our separation. I admire her positive outlook on life, which is one of the many qualities that make her appealing to me.
In her personal life, she had also been through a divorce. “We had a good conversation and things are going well,” he added. In an interview with NDTV, Jwala Gutta confirms her relationship with Vishnu Vishal and predicts the couple’s impending nuptials.
“Once I upload images of Jwala or when she does, a few people distort concerns and go insensitive remarks,” Vishnu Vishal said about how he will be affected when others start presuming problems.
When it comes to my divorce from my wife, some claim that it was because of Jwala Gutta while others claim it was because of Amala Paul. Since the reason for our divorce is a personal matter, I can’t utilize it to my advantage by proving they were wrong.
When asked if he and Gutta would get married, he said, “I don’t have the emotions of an 18-year-old who falls in love for the first time. Issues have radically changed for me now that I am 35. I’m savvier and wiser than you are.
“We’ll have to wait and see what happens.” For Jersey’s Tamil Remake, Amala Paul and Vishnu Vishal will step into Nani and Shraddha Srinath’s shoes.”
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