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Mallika Sherawat reveals her boyfriend calls her a nun for sleeping early: ‘He’s always complaining’

During an appearance on The Love Laugh Live Show, Mallika Sherawat said that she didn't like the 'party culture' and preferred a 'holistic' way of living, something that perplexes her boyfriend.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
November 10, 2021 6:11:46 pm
Mallika SherawatMallika Sherawat opens up about her boyfriend. (Photo: Instagram/Mallika Sherawat)

Actor Mallika Sherawat recently revealed that she has been in a relationship for a long time and that she sees a future with her partner. She did not disclose his identity, but mentioned that they had met in France, while they were on vacation. During an appearance on The Love Laugh Live Show, Mallika said that she didn’t like the ‘party culture’ and preferred a ‘holistic’ way of living, something that perplexes her boyfriend.

Mallika Sherawat talked about her glamorous image in the eyes of the public, and how she is just the opposite. “I don’t like the party culture. I am more into a spiritual way of living, a holistic way. I love to sleep early. My boyfriend is always complaining, ‘Oh my God, are you a nun? You are always sleeping early. What is wrong with you?’” she said.

Mallika also opened up about her relationship and said, “I have a great love in my life. Yes, in the beginning of my career, I was working and I was really busy but one evolves and one grows, and now, I am in a very comfortable place in my life. Love plays a huge part.” When the actor was asked if they were in it for the ‘long haul’, she answered in the affirmative.

Mallika is best known for starring in films such as Murder, Pyaar Ke Side Effects and Welcome.

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