Masaba Gupta is the daughter of Neena Gupta and former West Indian cricketer Vivian Richards. Nina and Richards were never married, so Nina raised Masaba single-handedly. Nina never let any heat come to her daughter. Even today Masaba is a popular fashion designer and her series has come to Masaba-Masaba in which she has also acted. Now Masaba recently said during an interview that even though time has moved forward, today society is where it was years ago regarding some things. Not only this, Masaba also said that she can never plan a child without marriage.
don’t want kids without marriage
Actually, Masaba is going to be seen in the upcoming series Modern Love Mumbai and Masaba is promoting it vigorously. Now during a recent interview, Masaba talked about relationships. In an interview to The Indian Express, Masaba said, “Accepting is one thing, but what happens behind the scenes is another.” People comment that she must have slept with someone and she has a child. I have read the story of many singer mothers who have children without marriage. Those women have to face chuckles, people are talking behind their backs. Nothing has changed. Being a modern woman can I have children without marriage, no? I don’t have that much courage.’
what did you say about love again
Masaba again spoke about finding love again. Masaba married producer Madhu Mantena in 2015. But the marriage of both did not last long and after 4 years both of them separated. Currently, Masaba is in a relationship with actor Satyadeep Mishra. Masaba said, you must be real. People play games or restrain themselves these days. I have always been the way I am. I’m totally real. Not only in love, if anything is new in your life, then you should accept it with an open heart. Don’t be in haste.
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Masaba’s show Modern Love Mumbai Talking about, it will be streamed on Amazon Prime Video from May 13. This series is the story of 6 filmmakers – Vishal Bhardwaj, Hansal Mehta, Shonali Bose, Dhruv Sehgal, Nupur Asthana, Alankrita Srivastava.