Bollywood actress Nagma had said that she ended her relationship with Sourav Ganguly because his career was at stake; read on
India is a country that is crazy about cricketers and Bollywood celebrities. For years, we have seen many Bollywood actresses falling for cricketers and later getting hitched. Some affairs don't reach the final ending like MS Dhoni and Deepika Padukone, Ravi Shastri and Amrita Singh, Kim Sharma and Yuvraj Singh, etc. Likewise, Sourav Ganguly and Nagma were also reportedly in love. Both have grabbed headlines, and the couple never hesitated in getting clicked or being spotted together.
While speaking to the popular magazine, Nagma had said that she had never denied being romantically involved with Sourav and confirmed that the two were in a relationship. "Whatever one says, nobody has denied anything. As long as there is no denial of each other's existence in each other's life, any person can say anything they want,” she had added.
Many thought the two would take their relationship into the next level, but the duo called it off.
Nagma revealed that she was forced to end her relationship with Sourav as it could have ruined his career. Nagma's emotional attachment with Ganguly was the cause of his poor performance in several matches during that phase. "There was a career at stake, besides other things, so one had to part. One had to weigh a lot of things, rather than be on an ego trip and insist on being together," she had said.
Talking about their parting with the cricketer, Nagma had said, "When it becomes too much, it starts affecting the interest of one another. Then slowly, though you're supposed to bring happiness to a person's life, you bring misery. Then it's in the best interests to move on."
Nagma said that their relationship ended on a good note and she would always have huge respect for him. Sourav is already married to Dona Ganguly, who was his childhood friend, the couple has a daughter Sana Ganguly.
Now, Sourav Ganguly is likely to become the new president of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
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Last Updated 15, Oct 2019, 12:10 PM