Television actress Sayantani Ghosh who is known for her character of Neela in popular show Naamkarann has confirmed that she is in a relationship with a guy named Anurag Tiwari who is from the fitness industry.
But, the actress doesn’t want to “tag for the heck of it”.
Speaking about her beau Anuragh, Sayantani told a leading daily that, “Since my parents live in Kolkata, Anugrah is my family away from family, and a companion. We are best friends, who are extremely supportive of each other. He is special, but I can’t give our relationship a name, yet. I don’t want to tag it socially for the heck of it. We are in a happy and peaceful space together. It’s a meaningful relationship and hereon, whatever decision we take, will be for a better future, and I am positive about it. It’s good for two people to grow together.”
Sayantani Ghosh confirms dating Anuragh Tiwari
Talking about her marriage plans, she said, “I guess, we are still discovering each other. Sometimes, an independent mind can lead to a lot of complications in your thinking. It’s not always right or wrong. We aren’t thinking about marriage yet, and are taking each day as it comes. At the moment, I am married to my work.”
On being asked about her parents’ expectations, Sayantani Ghosh revealed that they don’t want her to rush into anything. She shared, “I come from a middle-class family in Kolkata, and my mother has always dreamed of seeing me married. Besides, one also tends to think of the age factor and biological clock. My parents want me to have a companion, but at the same time, they don’t want me to rush into anything. I don’t want to marry just because of age. If that was the case, I would have settled down by now. I want to marry, but for the right reason. Also, being independent was my first priority.”
Commenting on her previous 10-year-long relationship and how that changed things for her, Sayantani Ghosh added, “I guess, I was too young. I have matured over the years and my outlook towards life changed. My parents, too, were uncomfortable. Sometimes, people grow apart. It was my call to end it. I have immense respect for him and that relationship was one of the most defining phases of my life. He was not just a beau; he was also a guardian, someone I grew up with. He is still a well-wisher and I, too, wish him the best. Looking back, I feel that had it ended sooner, it would have been better because I am extremely emotional. It takes me long to detach myself. Today, I have a more evolved perspective towards love, relationships and marriage.”