Punjabi singer Sara Gurpal, who turned the primary evicted contestant of Bigg Boss 14, has opened up about her relationship with Punjabi singer Tushar Kumar. She confused that her marriage with Tushar was abusive and that he’s the least necessary particular person in her life.
Sara informed IANS: “I think he himself said it, stating that we have been separated for almost four to five years now. It was a really abusive relationship and I think every girl has the right to move on, from something which is not (healthy). Where was he for four years? The moment ‘Bigg Boss’ began he started talking. He is the least important person in my life. If he was that important, he would have been there in my life.”
Around the time Sara had entered the Bigg Boss home, Tushar had declared within the press that she had married him for a inexperienced card and that she was intentionally hiding their marriage. Tushar Kumar produced a wedding certificates to spice up his declare. “I got married on 16th August 2014 in Jalandhar, Punjab India,” Tushar had declared, chatting with IANS, including: “I feel that she got married to me just to get fame and a citizenship of the USA. She left me because she didn’t get any publicity from my side.”
Sara now counters, saying: “The day I went in (to the Big Boss house) he was ready with this! For what reason? He just wanted fame. I dont care about it and that is why he was everywhere. He is the least important for me. My life, family, career and health is way more important. There will be a thousand people saying a thousand things.”
“Okay, there was a marriage and he did whatever (he had to). What else does he want? I have been through hell. I don’t think any girl or man deserves to be in such a situation where he or she has to deal with mental and physical trauma,” she added.
Incidentally, the girl Tushar married is talked about as recognized as Rachna Devi within the marriage certificates, although he produces a number of images that includes the 2, the place Sara is seen sporting vermilion and the normal crimson and white bangles as they pose collectively.