Mohit Raina Speaks Up About His Break-Up With Mouni Roy; Reacts To The Media Coverage Around It
For the first time ever, Uri actor Mohit Raina opens up about his break-up with Mouni Roy. Calls the media coverage, ‘a part of his journey’
Mohit Raina and Mouni Roy were one of most adorable couples of the television. However the two have made their own ways and are no longer together. Their break-up was truly heartbreaking for all their fans and the duo had all the media attention. Mohit Raina is famously known for the portrayal of character Shiva in the famous TV soap ‘Devon Ke Dev Mahadev’. He gained immense popularity and has been very busy with various projects. The actor will be seen next in Amazon Prime Video’s Mumbai Diaries 26/11 essaying the role of a doctor.
In an exclusive interview with Bollywood Bubble, Mohit spoke about his break-up with Mouni and all the media attention which didn’t bother Raina at all and said,”No, I don’t think so. But, I’ll tell you why.” Mohit added, “Because, I’ve always been a personal person, so I always think there will be situations, times when things will not be in your favour, everything cannot just be about you. It’s like, at times, you’ll win the argument, or at times you’ll loose the argument, at times you’ll agree, at times you’ll disagree. But, I think, that’s a part of the journey. Everything has to co-exist, as I said.”
He futher continued, “I think it’s healthy, I don’t mind it. You get the love, fame, everything, so if there’s a little bit of discomfort coming with it, I think it’s fair enough. There’s no baggage about it. Nothing very harsh to feel harsh about. That’s it.”
Well that’s a pretty mature way to handle a situation as every good comes with its own bad and vice versa. Being in the eye of the public, Mohit Raina knows the hiccups ahead and also the way to deal with the same.
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