Here's why Swara Bhasker, Himanshu Sharma called it quits
Bollywood actress Swara Bhasker, who was "happy and dating" National Award-winning screenwriter Himanshu Sharma, called off their relationship recently. According to media reports, the couple parted ways after dating each other for five years. It is said to be a mutual decision by the couple. The reports further suggested that Swara-Himanshu called it quits over "disagreement about what the future should look like."
Breakup was amicable, two continue to be in talking terms
Reportedly, Swara and Himanshu recently chose to call off their relationship after much deliberation and have informed their families. The breakup is said to be amicable and the two continue to be in talking terms. "Swara Bhasker and Himanshu Sharma have parted ways due to their disagreement about what the future should look like. The separation is amicable," a source told Indian Express.
Swara, Himanshu fell in love during 'Tanu Weds Manu' shooting
For the uninitiated, cupid struck Swara and Himanshu while they were working on Anand L Rai's 2015 release Tanu Weds Manu. It was in 2016 when the 31-year-old actress accepted the relationship publicly, and admitted to be happily committed. "Yes, we are dating and are happy and committed. Now you know why Himanshu is my favorite dialogue writer," Swara had stated.
I am too broke to get married, Swara had said
Interestingly, there were rumors that Swara and Himanshu would be tying the knot soon. However, Swara had vehemently rubbished the reports stating that marriage is not on the cards for her as of now. "No, I am not getting married. I am too broke to get married. We are in no hurry to get married," the Veere Di Wedding actress had told Bollywood Life.
Swara to feature in a queer drama alongside Divya Dutt
Meanwhile, Swara has been roped in for Bollywood's upcoming queer drama titled Sheer Kurma. Helmed by Faraz Arif Ansari, the movie will star Divya Dutt as Swara's love interest, along with Surekha Sikri in a key role. "Divya and Swara are two celebrated names in the industry and strong allies of the LGBTQIA+ community. It was an easy decision to approach them," Faraz stated.