It’s fair to say that Tahira Kashyap and Ayushmann Khurrana have been through a lot in recent months with the former battling cancer, but their constant love and support is clear to see how strong they are together. However, there was a time when it wasn’t all smooth sailing.
During their early years of marriage when Kashyap was pregnant and Khurrana was shooting for ‘Vicky Donor’ (2011), the singer-actor had a love-making scene with his co-actor Yumi Gautam in the film, which didn’t go down to well with Kashyap. Reported on Times Now News, the pair have always been open about this part of their relationship, but in a recent interview with Anupama Chopra, Kashyap revisited this moment and explained why, “I was this crazy, insecure pregnant person when Vicky Donor happened and that was the worst phase for the both of us. I think both of us were very immature. I’m sure he didn’t have the maturity to kind of hold my hand and tell me it’s okay, especially, when I am crazy or my hormones because I was pregnant at the time and I also didn’t have the maturity to just take it easy and say that this thing will get over.”
Further adding, “Both of us lacked maturity at that point of time and you also feel like a whale and considering your husband is with beautiful women all around and you don’t come from that background, you even have the maturity you have that passion towards the fact that you understand art you but you don’t have the maturity to kind of deal with the frills that come along.”
Kashyap added that she is grateful that they knew each other before marriage. “I was very lost and so was he honestly speaking, but thankfully for us knowing each other for the past nine ten years before marriage really helped because I know that he’s not a bad guy and he knows that she’s not a bad girl, so I think that kind of sustained and they we kind of made peace with it.”
For Kashyap, she now has a new focus, she will be shooting for her first Hindi film in March. The story is based on five women who all come from different age groups.