Marriage is something far-fetched for me, I am in no hurry: Aditya Roy Kapur on his alleged relationship with model Diva Dhawan

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Although he has time and again admitted that he is single, Aditya Roy Kapur has been rumoured to be dating model Diva Dhawan. Now in a recent interview with a leading daily, Adi was asked about the intermittent reportage on his on-again-off-again relationship with Diva, to which he said, “She gave a nice statement, saying there is no truth to it and I reiterated it. I guess it gathered steam after we went out for dinner. We have been friends for years and hadn’t met in a while. But we got papped and that’s where it started from. Marriage is something far-fetched for me. I am in no hurry.”

Well, only time will tell how much truth is in Aditya's claims!

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Work wise, he will next be seen in Mohit Suri’s upcoming revenge-drama Malang. He plays a dark character in the film and when asked if he is interested in such roles, he quipped, “Dark characters can be really liberating. As a hero, you must always be right but negative roles don’t have such preconditions,” adding, "Having grown up watching action films and idolising Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Jackie Chan, were the only prep I had, which kind of channelled through this character."

Aditya’s first solo hit came with Aashiqui 2 in 2013 but since then, he is awaiting that kind of success. Claiming that he doesn't mind the wait, he signed off by saying, “Yes, it’s been a tricky run, but these things play out only over time. Films are a mysterious thing. No one knows what will work, and if anyone claims they do, don’t believe them. I find it tough to analyse my failures, but I never considered them wrong decisions. I believed in those films and gave my all to each."

Apart from Malang, Aditya will also be seen in Anurag Basu's crimeanthology Ludo, Mahesh Bhatt's Sadak 2 and Ek Villain 2.

(Source: Mumbai Mirror)

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