Television actress Charu Asopa and husband Rajeev Sen are currently going through a rough patch in their marital life. While Rajeev is staying in Delhi, Charu stays at her Mumbai residence. The actress recently opened up on reconciliation with husband and told E Times, “I don’t know if we are together or not. All I can say right now is he is Delhi and I am here in Mumbai. I know only what you guys know. What will happen in future I am waiting for God to show me the path, I have left everything on him now. I think problems happen in everyone’s life, and we all go through ups and downs, it’s just that we are celebrities, so a lot is written about us. if there is a light at the end of the tunnel, I will surely see. And when I get to see it I will share it with everyone.”
She added, “During this pandemic I have learnt a great lesson, how to live on your own and how to enjoy your own company. Iss pandemic aur lockdown meri khud ke saath dosti kara di hai… Now, when I am staying all alone and enjoying my own company, I don’t think it makes any difference to me now if I have someone with me or not. It doesn’t bother me now because I have understood that I came into this world alone and I will go alone, I can’t take anyone else with me. Woh kehte hain na hum chale, log judte gaye aur karwan banta gaya… It’s fine If people want to be together and it’s ok even if they don’t want to be.”
The actress revealed that she immerses herself in work, when she goes through difficult time. ‘”Acting for me is like meditation. I love my work so much that when I am working, I don’t think about anything else. Whenever I am going through a difficult time in life, I just keep myself busy with work so that I don’t get any negative thoughts in my mind. Even during pandemic when I was not working and was alone, I kept myself busy. I worked on my YouTube channel, I learnt new skills. I learnt cooking something which I never enjoyed earlier. Now, I can cook anything and I have become very confident about it. I have learnt a very big lesson during this lockdown, that you have come along into this world and when you die, you will go alone. So, it is very important to love and respect yourself. You should not feel that you need anyone else when we are alone. You need to understand and start enjoying your own company. Now, when I am working in a show, this is like an icing on the cake,” said Charu Asopa.