Divyanka Tripathi just got engaged to Vivek Dahiya and this has taken many fans by surprise. The whole process was quite fast for everyone. The newly engaged actress spoke with Spotboye and gave many details about her relationship with Vivek.
We barely have scenes with each other in Yeh Hai Mohabattein, so we hardly spoke to each other. We didn’t have even each other’s phone number. Sirf ‘Hi’, ‘Bye’ tha hamare beech. We were clicked in a party standing together and based on that picture, the social media started talking about us as a couple. Vivek got hold of my number and forwarded me the social media talk, and we both felt very amused at what was happening around us. Suddenly, a common friend of ours (who is also a part of Yeh Hai Mohabattein) suggested that we should indeed consider of being together as we have many similar tastes. He was pretty sure that we would be compatible. Moreover, he knew that I wanted to get married. My mom and dad were looking out for a match. Even Vivek had told our common friend once that he wants to have a serious relationship and settle down. Uske baad Vivek and I started talking to each other, thoda thoda but awkwardly. Suddenly, we felt that we like each other a lot. We would speak for hours and hours, and our chats wouldn’t end. I informed my parents soon after I was sure that I had started loving him.
He is witty and he makes me laugh. He doesn’t impose himself on me and I can trust him. Even if we have differences on anything, we talk and sort it out. I am lucky to have Vivek in my life. He is the result of some good karma I must have done in my last birth or this one. We have not had a single fight yet. It’s been five months now.
I lost my confidence. Vivek helped me to recover it. I am back because of him. Frankly, I dont want to get into the nitty-gritties of my past. I am a professional. Even if I was crying travelling back home in my car or breaking down in my makeup room, I never showed it. Today, Vivek is my man and I am only concerned about him. Period.
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