Neena Gupta was supposed to be married, ex cancelled at the last minute
Kareena Kapoor Khan launched the autobiography of Neena Gupta. Neena said that apart from a few small affairs, she had no partner when she came to Mumbai
Kareena Kapoor Khan on Monday launched actress Neena Gupta's autobiography 'Sach Kahoon To'. Along with this, Kareena shared a video of the conversation on Instagram in which she openly discusses 'loneliness' with Neena.
Neena said that apart from a few small affairs, she had no partner when she came to Mumbai. She is now married to Vivek Mehra. Nina told Kareena, 'While I was writing the book, I realized that in my good years I was without a boyfriend or husband. Then I came here, had some affairs but none could be completed. Overall I was completely alone.
Nina used to meet Vivian only occasionally
Neena further said, 'It was the same with Vivian. He was far away and had a life of his own. We used to meet only occasionally. Let me tell you, Neena has a daughter from Vivian, Masaba Gupta, who is now a famous fashion designer.
When the marriage was canceled at the last minute
Nina also recalled the time when she was to be married to a man and at the last minute, he cancelled the marriage. At that time the actress was shopping for clothes. Neena says, 'Till today I don't know what happened but what can I do? I got on the move. I would have liked it if I had married him. He has a lot of respect for his parents. I used to live in his house. He is going to read all this, he is alive and happy in married life. He has children.'
Nina gets jealous
Neena says that she still gets jealous when she sees people in regular relationships. She said, 'People say that I live my life on my terms. I didn't do that. Wherever I made a mistake, I accepted it and moved on. I wanted a normal husband, kids, and in-laws. When I look at other people, I get a little jealous. I am not accusing. I am not to blame, I didn't get addicted to alcohol because I didn't get what I wanted.'
What will you get to read in the book?
In Neena's book, people will get to see her move from the National School of Drama to Mumbai in the 80s and the journey of single parenthood. In the book you will get to read the politics that happens in the film industry, casting couch, apart from how difficult it is for a young actor to survive without a godfather.