The young actress of Bollywood and Pooja Bedi‘s daughter, Alaya F, who made her debut last year in Saif Ali Khan starrer Jawaani Jaaneman, grabbed the headlines of being in a relationship with Aaishvary Thackeray after she attended his birthday bash in Dubai. Now, the actress trashed the rumours and told E Times, “He is a very good friend. I know it is a cliche thing to say, but we are very good family friends. Our moms know each other, my grandad knows his mom, we have known each other for a very long time. It’s just now that the media notices a photo of us together and assumes that something is going on. We have been doing acting classes for a very long time, and also go to dance classes together; if the paparazzi had clicked us earlier, they would have a lot more pictures (laughs). That’s why we are bound to click together; I find him to be quite funny.”
Speaking about her first link-up, she added, “It’s not like I expect it. The paparazzi get photos so I know what’s going to happen with it. But I also make a joke out of it. Now, if I’m exiting a place, we have to exit together, and there are bunch of photographers who ask us to pose together and I politely refuse laughing over the fact that those pictures can land me in a lot of trouble later”.
When asked whether she gets embarrassed or awkward with such link-up rumours, she responded, “I just find him to be quite funny. Honestly, when I am being clicked, I take it as a big compliment. I am one-film-old, and these people are technically supporting me and pushing me out there, so, I just smile. I think it is fine; people take all these things too seriously. We went for acting classes together, someone clicked us and they want to make stories now, good for them!”
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