Nehha Pendse, best known for her role in May I Come In Madam, surprised everyone when she tied the knot with her longtime beau Shardul Bayas on January 5, 2020. The couple tied the knot with a traditional Maharashtrian private wedding in Pune. However, she was trolled after revealing her hubby's first marriage and children but stood headstrong and gave a befitting reply to everyone.
An entertainment portal recently had a conversation with the Bigg Boss 12 contestant to know how her life has changed after she got married. She opened up about on her bad career choices at the initial stage of her career, waiting for the right project, not being happy with the work she was getting, her past relationships making her cynical of love, how Shardul swept her off her feet and choosing to keep the wedding affair extremely private.
When asked about why she kept her relationship with Shardul Bayas hidden from the public eye for a long time, Nehha said, "Relationships are very sensitive. I'm not a person who keeps anything hidden, I usually call a spade a spade. I had been all out about my past relationships. I was in a serious relationship with a guy and was also about to tie the knot with him. However, unfortunately, that did not happen. Though it wasn't it jingst, it wasn't meant to be. But, the whole embarrassment that comes with it is too much."
She added, "I'm not a person who keeps jumping in and out of relationship soon. So I don't take failure in relationships in the right way, because I invest a lot of time in it. So, this time, I was like if this is not happening for real, I'm not letting it out because anything can go wrong at any point in time. Also, I have dealt with it already, so I did not want to take a chance."
Asking her if she had turned cynical about love before her wedding with Shardul, the actress agreed and said, 'Yes. Had he not been the man, I would have still been a cynical and stupid woman. I have been badly hurt and not been treated so well in my relationships before him. There's an absolute lack of trust and not a high regard for men. But I guess, my man was just there for me.'