Bollywood star Varun Dhawan has openly talked about his lady love Natasha Dalal and defined how she is his definitive support arrangement.
Say for that matter, Natasha had even joined Varun's mom and dad to Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta's marriage reception, showcasing that she has already become a major part of the Dhawan family.
But, whilst Varun and Natasha carry on to remain loyal towards one another; there are some people all over the web who aren't really pleased with this love connection.
On this, Varun said, “I mean, obviously such people shouldn't matter and deserve no attention whatsoever but somewhere Varun feels it's high time everyone starts respecting his personal choice and stops making up stories.”
This eye-opener took place when Arbaaz Khan questioned Varun Dhawan, what is that one thing that nails him on social platform' when he came in as an invitee on his most popular talk show, Quick Heal Pinch.
"Everyone knows I have a girlfriend. I have been in love for a very long time with Natasha. So sometimes when people use that and make up stuff then I don't appreciate it. I feel you know, that is my thing and something that people should respect. But with social media you can't tell people where to draw the line. We can never say that", stated Varun making a weak expression.
In the meantime, hearsays were widespread that the girlfriend and boyfriend are tying the nuptial knot by 2019 end but the super star recently cleared up all the things.
In a special statement, he stated, “It’s not going to happen this year. I’m not saying I won’t get married but it’s not this soon. If I’m doing all these movies, I need to find the right time for that."
In the similar media interaction, the actor also remarked on his lady love turning out to be a part of his family.
“She (Natasha) and I went to school together. So, she knows my parents since ages. She’s been attending functions with my parents before also but it wasn’t photographed then. She’s my rock, she’s my anchor. She’s the stabilising factor in my life. It’s pretty much like family", the actor added up.