Satyadeep Misra gets candid about his second marriage to Masaba Gupta, says 'there was nothing secretive about it'


Designer-Actor Masaba Gupta & Lawyer-Actor Satydeep Misra got married on January 27. The wedding was an intimate and private affair with immediate family. As the couple begins a new chapter in their lives, here's tracing their love story. Masaba was previously married to producer Madhu Mantena. The two tied the knot in 2015 and their divorce was finalized in 2019. Satyadeep, on the other hand, was earlier married to actress Aditi Rao Hydari. The two kept their marriage a secret which lasted from 2009 to 2013.

Unlike his first marriage, Satyadeep said there was 'nothing secretive' about his wedding with Masaba. The actor added that they always wanted an intimate wedding. When asked if their past relationship experience made them 'bitter or cynical' about falling in love again, Satyadeep said 'the braver you are with love, the more it gives you back'. Although he admitted breakups can make a person 'wary of falling in love' thinking it could leave them 'hurt'.

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Speaking about their wedding, Satyadeep told a leading daily, "We (him and Masaba Gupta) wanted to do it in an intimate way. We went and signed on the 27th morning and had a small party. There was nothing secretive about it. We have always been very open about the relationship when it started. I also strongly feel that secrecy will sort of affect your relationship. You have to own it and be open about it. It was just that the pictures came like that and everyone was like ‘oh wow’".

Further speaking about giving love another chance after his divorce, the actor said, “You are always wary of falling in love to an extent that it could hurt you. And that’s true for every one of us... I think the braver you are with love, the more it gives you back. Many have said it in the past too. Yes, the ones who have gone through breakups wouldn’t believe in it initially but I think that’s the way to go. You need to come from a place of giving to get it back. And it applies to everything in life.”

(Source: The Indian Express)