‘They did not pay for my wedding, they did not pay for the hotel bills,’ says Nusrat Jahan on her marriage controversy being politicized


Actress and Trinamool Congress MP Nusrat Jahan has spoken to an online portal over the controversy surrounding her marital status and the questions raised over her personal life. She said that she had clarified her stance on the status of her marriage in the Parliament. Nusrat had married businessman Nikhil Jain in Turkey on June 19, 2019 but separated since November 2020 and later issued a statement saying that their marriage was not legal in India as they were married according to Turkish law.

Now, Nusrat spoke to an online portal about the controversy surrounding her marriage and said, “They did not pay for my wedding, they did not pay for the hotel bills. I don't have to say anything to them. I am honest. I was wrongly portrayed, and now I have clarified it.” She refrained from taking any names but said that it is easy to blame others or show others in bad light. Nusrat claimed that she did not pull anyone down.


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Nusrat also assured the portal that she would be attending the winter session of the Parliament in November. Earlier this year on August 26, Nusrat gave birth to a baby boy. The baby boy was named Yishaan Dasgupta and his birth certificate mentioned actor Yash Dasgupta as the father.

During Diwali, Nusrat had shared several pictures with Yash and Yishaan. Wearing a purple saree with gold embroidery she sported sindoor on her forehead and twinned with Yash and Yishaan and had captioned the image as, “Happy Diwali from us...”

(Source: India Today).