It’s around two years Sanjay Dutt’s daughter Trishala Dutt has been coping from the death of her boyfriend. Trishala had said that she had several public breakdowns where strangers have come up to her and asked if she needed any assistance adding that she ate everything in sight and gained 30 lbs (13 kilos). She is currently practising psychotherapist and keep raising awareness about several mental issues. And today, she talked about infidelity, relationships and more.
Trishala often interacts with her fans on Instagram. On Sunday too, she invited her followers to discuss about infidelity. And while answering her fans’ queries, Trishala revealed that she has been cheated on in a relationship. Replying to another fan who asked about her longest relationship, Trishala said that it lasted for 7 years without getting into much details on why it ended. She said that ex-boyfriend is now married with children.
“I won’t get into major details on why it ended but let’s just say we decided to mutually part ways. He was ready for a life at the time I was not and we had many, many differences that accumulated over the years,” she wrote. “In a nutshell – we both grew apart. It happens. Today, he’s married with children and I wish him all the best,” she added.
Last month, Trishala had blasted one fan who was curious to know the details of her boyfriend’s death since she has never spoken about it. Trishala didn’t take the insensitive question lying down.
She replied, “Sorry to ask this but why haven’t you disclosed how your boyfriend passed away? What’s his name,” the Instagram user asked. To which, Trishala gave a befitting reply saying, “I appreciate your question. I do. Let’s all be honest about basic human behavior and curiosity – Its natural to want to know how someone passed away. Even if it is ‘none of your business,’ right? The most inappropriate reaction is enquiring about the cause of death.”
She continued, “I want you to ask yourself this question – What is the purpose of me doing/ asking this? Will knowing the answer allow me to help this person. Or is it just morbid curiosity? Grief 101 lesson- ‘If you are not entitled to know the specifics of the passing, stop asking. Asking for those details does nothing for the conversation. It does not console the person, nor brings the person who passed away, back.'”