Shamita Shetty has been trending a great deal after reports of her dating actor Aamir Ali surfaced. On Monday, the actress shut down the rumours in a series of tweets. She wrote in her tweet that she is “single and happy.” Shamita Shetty wrote in her tweet: “I’m baffled by society and it’s convenient prudish mindset all across. Why is every action and every person subjected to scrutiny or snap judgement with no reality check? There are possibilities beyond the narrow-minded assumptions of the netizens.” She added in her tweet: “It’s high time we open our minds to it! Single n happy…Let’s focus on more important issues in this country.”
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it’s high time we open our minds to it! Single n happy .. let’s focus on more important issues in this country!
— Shamita Shetty (@ShamitaShetty) January 30, 2023
Shamita Shetty was previously dating actor Raqesh Bapat. Shamita and Raqesh Bapat started dating in the Bigg Boss OTT house, where they were participants. Later, Raqesh appeared as a wildcard entrant on Bigg Boss 15, where Shamita was one of the finalists. However, he had to quit the show due to health issues. They announced their break up on social media last year.
In July last year, Shamita had posted an Instagram story, in which she announced her break up with Raqesh. Her statement read: “Think it’s important to make this clear. Raqesh and I are no longer together and have not been for a while, but this beautiful music video is for all the fans who’ve given us so much love and support. Do continue to shower us with your love as individuals too. Here’s to positivity and newer horizons too. Love and gratitude to you all.”
Shamita Shetty is best known for her performances in Mohabbatein, Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai and Zeher. She has also participated in realty shows like Bigg Boss 3, Bigg Boss OTT and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 8. She also starred in the web-series Black Widows, alongside Swastika Mukherjee and Mona Singh.
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