Bollywood actress-producer Richa Chadha shared her love story while talking to The Quint. Richa told that there is a lot in common between her and Ali Fazal and they come from the same planet. Actually, there is a saying in English that ‘Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus’. This means men come from Mars while women come from Venus.
In an interview given to The Quint in the past, Richa said that she thought Ali Fazal innocent in the first meeting. She told that she met Ali Fazal for the first time in the casting director’s office and Ali fell in love with her at first sight. But they could not talk properly.
She said- Then I met Ali on the sets of the film Fukrey. Meeting him felt that there is still a lot of childishness in him. However, we started talking on the sets of the film and I realized that we come from the same planet, we have a lot in common.
Richa also told that she did not tell anyone about her and Ali Fazal’s relationship for a long time. Richa also said that Ali is a very good actor and she has a lot of faith in his work. Along with this, she also told that they respect each other’s work a lot and this is also one of the reasons for being together. Richa said- We both are talented actors in our understanding and this is also one of the reasons that we are together. He remains a little arrogant but the actor is good, if he is not there, he will not work.
Richa Chadha further said- After all, if you are dating someone, then there will be talks between you. I never wanted to date a protein shake guy. Not that I have anything against people drinking protein shakes but I just don’t want to have a nice body. I mean drink, but eat something. There must be something else besides this.
Richa Chadha also said that she is no longer as active on social media as before. She said- Now I am not active on Twitter. It is not that what a stranger is telling me, it does not matter much to me, but yes sometimes it becomes very difficult to deal with all these things. I believe that if someone has a problem with me, it is their problem, not mine.