Neena told how her friend had suggested her to marry Gay. (Photo Credits: @NeenaGupta instagram)
Nina was once in a relationship with West Indian cricketer Vivian Richards, with whom she has a daughter, Masaba. She has told in her book that when Masaba was in her stomach, Satish Kaushik proposed her for marriage.
Mumbai: Recently, Neena Gupta’s book ‘Sach Kahun Toh’ has been released, in which the actress has made many surprising revelations related to her life. In her auto biography, Neena has also told about her relationship with Vivian Richards and the marriage proposal she got during pregnancy. Nina was once in a relationship with West Indian cricketer Vivian Richards, with whom she has a daughter, Masaba. She has told in her book that when Masaba was in her stomach, Satish Kaushik proposed her for marriage. Satish Kaushik did this to support Neena as a friend.
Neena has told about this proposal in her book. According to which Satish Kaushik told him- ‘Don’t worry, if the child is of dark skin, then tell everyone that it is mine and we will get married. No one will even doubt it.’ Neena had decided to bring her child into this world without marriage at a time when even such ideas were not welcomed in India. He told that during this time someone had also given him the idea of marrying gay.
Nina says- ‘I didn’t feel right to get married just to avoid controversy. I knew that I would have to answer very difficult questions in order to make my decision. Being a public figure, I have to be prepared for all this. In her auto biography, Neena told that once she was going to meet Vivian Richards with her daughter, but due to Masaba’s school admission, she had to cancel her plan.
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Neena has written in her book- ‘Masaba was very excited to meet her father. When I told her that we were going to meet your father, she cried with joy. But, we had to cancel the trip due to Masaba’s school. I told Vivian that we will not be able to meet now. But, Vivian did not understand its importance. Or maybe, I have not been able to convince them how difficult it is to get a child admitted in a good school. He felt that I was not serious about meeting him. He cut the call in anger and we didn’t talk for 5 years.