Rumoured telly couple Mohit Raina and Mouni Roy are head over heels in love with each other. The gorgeous Mouni and the heartthrob Mohit have been the talk of the town for a while. The duo never made their relationship public, but they often praise each other on social media. Recently, Mouni shared a picture of Mohit’s new look from his mythological drama Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat show on her Twitter handle. The actress captioned the picture with lovestruck smileys. Even the handsome actor Mohit often compliments his ladylove Mouni’s amazing hosting skills on dance-reality show So You Think You Can Dance. ALSO READ: Naagin season 2: Actress Radhika Madan replaces Mouni Roy in Naagin!
Recently in an interview with The Asian Age, Mohit praised Mouni’s work in Ekta Kapoor’s supernatural drama and said, “We both work for the same channel, so I am in touch with Mouni. I am told that her show Naagin has garnered a TRP rating of around 5-6 and I will try and match the same. I have only managed to catch a couple of episodes of her show and she was great.” ALSO READ: Naagin season 2 trailer out! Mouni Roy’s show to go on air in October, minus Arjun Bijlani?
A few months back there were reports stating that things were not going well between Mouni and Mohit over Mouni’s apparent closeness with her co-star Arjun Bijlani. The diva refuted all rumours and claimed that Arjun could have been her brother on screen.
Mohit and Mouni were last seen together on Devon Ke Dev… Mahadev. The couple has been in a relationship for the past few years and look perfect with each other, but have not admitted to their relationship.
Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat is loved by millions of viewers all over the globe. Both Naagin and Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat were the number 1 show in the TRP charts at a time. Mohit further revealed about his character on the show, saying, “I search for thrill in my characters because I am a boring person. Also, I admire the hardships that Ashoka had to go through to reach the throne. So, I am very fortunate that I get to do meaningful roles on screen.”
Edited by Shweta Parande.