SRINAGAR: Former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen and Kashmiri model Rohman Shawl are no longer together.
Sushmita Sen took to Instagram to share the news and informed everyone that they continue to be friends.
Posting a picture of herself and Rohman, Sushmita wrote, “We began as friends, we remain friends!!! The relationship was long over… the love remains!!! #nomorespeculations #liveandletlive #cherishedmemories #gratitude #love #friendship I love you guys!!! #duggadugga.
Meanwhile, Sushmita Sen, a day after announcing break-up with Rohman Shawl, wrote about “peace” in an Instagram post. The actress posted a picture of herself and accompanied it with a thoughtful caption. “Peace is beautiful!” wrote the actress and added this for her fans: “I love you guys…beyond!” Sushmita Sen and Rohman Shawl announced their break-up on Thursday evening – their relationship had ended long ago. The duo were together for over two years but more on that later. Sushmita Sen’s sister-in-law and actress Charu Asopa reacted to her latest post with a red heart icon.
Sushmita Sen and Rohman Shawl began dating in 2018. The last post on Sushmita’s Instagram feed where the model made an appearance was a video from her live session. The clip features Sushmita Sen interacting with her fans with Rohman and her daughters by her side:
In terms of work, Sushmita Sen was last seen in Disney+Hotstar’s web series Aarya 2. The actress, who is also a former Miss Universe, has featured in a number of Bollywood films such as Biwi No 1, Zor, Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag, Filhaal, Main Hoon Na, Main Aisa Hi Hoon, Dulha Mil Gaya and Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?
During the day when Sen and Shawl were in quarantine, she was picking the Kashmiri language from him as he was being taught Bengali. She had said this about their relationship.
“Because of this serendipity! I don’t check my DMs because I was so technically challenged that I thought if I open a direct message that means I’ve allowed the person to start communicating with me. Of course, I learnt that’s not the case later but, at that point, I was shouting at somebody in the house because they had just broken a glass. I had a touch screen phone in front of me, and I was just scrolling direct messages and while saying something to them I pressed and opened this message and there is a gentleman there, playing the guitar and saying the loveliest things. There was this very good looking, sweetheart of a man who just very honestly and very unaffectedly was telling me something. So I responded back to him and forgot about it. From there started a conversation because I actually believe niceness begets niceness. Initially, he kept hiding his age for some reason. I would keep asking him, ‘so how old are you? You look so young!’ And he would just go – Ah, you guess! And then I realized how young he was and why he didn’t want that to get in the way of this conversation. We did not really choose this, it was chosen for us, it was very destined.”