Small screen co-stars Mohit Raina and Mouni Roy are rumoured to be dating each other ever since they started working together. The couple looks so cute together and no matter how many times media questioned them about their relationship, they simply denied saying that they were just friends.
Mohit has won the hearts of many with his roles in super popular mythological shows till date and has a huge fan following. Coming to Mouni Roy, she rose to fame with her stunt in Naagin show. The TV actress has now bagged two big projects in Bollywood opposite Akshay Kumar and Ranbir Kapoor.
Mohit will be seen in his next as a soldier, Havildar Ishar Singh in 21 Sarfarosh: Saragarhi 1897. The show will be aired on Discovery JEET channel. The makers of the show on Friday had released the first look of Mohit’s avatar.
The latest buzz about the duo is that Mouni Roy too took to her social account and posted the first look of Mohit. The couple who were seen quite close to each other in many events always deny their relationship and now Mouni kind of publicly admitted that she Mohit is her beau by posting his first look from his upcoming show.
Mouni Roy Shares Mohit’s first look
Many a times, Mohit has denied the rumor that he was dating his Sathi from his mythological soap Har Har Mahadev and saying that he is just good friend of Mouni. No matter how much the duo try to hide what their true relationship is, we pretty well know that they do share a bond that is beyond friendship.
We are just wondering how long this couple keeps their relationship intimate. All the fans of the duo are eagerly waiting for an official announcement from the both. We are expecting that it will happen soon.
Mouni Roy will be next seen in Akshay Kumar starrer Gold and Ranbir Kapoor starrer Bramhastra. It is common for most of the upcoming actors to hide their relationship status. Nevertheless, Mouni Roy seems as if she does not belong to that category of people.
21 Sarfarosh: Saragarhi 1897, produced by Abhimanyu Singh’s Contiloe Pictures Pvt Ltd, is a fiction show inspired by the real-life story of 21 brave soldiers of 36th Sikh regiment of the British Indian Army which defended an army outpost at Saragarhi in the North-West Frontier Province against an onslaught by over 10,000 Pashtun and Orakzai tribals in September 1897.