Bigg Boss 13 fame Paras Chhabra reacts to Ex-Girlfriend Akanksha Puri removing his name from her tattoo. Paras says even he wanted to do it but did not get the time to get it done.
Bigg Boss 13 is still the most talked-about show even after it got over. Paras Chhabra and Akanksha Puri‘s relationship had taken an ugly turn while Paras was inside Bigg Boss house. Yesterday it was reported that Akanksha Puri has finally removed Paras Chhabra‘s name from her tattoo. She posted an Instagram story and she has redesigned the entire tattoo on her wrist and got Paras name removed. In place of Paras Chhabra‘s name, she has added a bar code and got ‘Being Me’ inked above it.
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The sources close to the Times Of India revealed that Akanksha has made it very clear that she wants to move on in life. And got the tattoo removed even before Paras could do it. She also spoke about this in an interview with the Times Of India. She said,”It’s my time. I am dating my work and loving myself like never before. I am just #beingme in a world where everyone is trying to be fake and something else. Because you can never fail at being yourself so I am #beingme. I have got my name with the bar code. The below that I have written being me has been my hashtag for years.”
Now, Paras Chhabra has reacted about the same. In an interview with Pinkvilla, Paras Chhabra said, “Very good, even I wanted to do it and had thought I will get it done the next day after Bigg Boss but I haven’t been getting the time to get it done.” Paras Chhabra was also asked they both have officially broken up. Paras said, “Officially, it happened long back when I heard about the things she said and I cleared back then itself that if someone loves you, they wouldn’t have spoken such things. And since you did not love me, you said such things, and you tried to get some mileage, which you did get. In fact, fans have also been telling me that she is one of the reasons why I was pulled away from the trophy. However, whatever happened is good, as I did not come out empty-handed.”