Shruti Haasan has been dating artist Shantanu Hazarika for a while now. The couple has been living in together for a while now but now a comment by Orhan Awatramani (Orry) hints that Shruti is secretly married to Shantanu. On Reddit, Orry had a ‘ask me anything’ session and he was asked if there’s a celebrity who has just refused to pose with him.
A user asked, “Hi Orry has there been a celebrity who has shown you an unnecessary attitude while posing for a photo?? If you can’t take a name just give hints…” Orry was quite blunt in responding to this, as he said, “Shruti Hasan.Not for posing cause I never asked her, but she was very very rude to me at an event that I had actually got her into and I don’t even know her!”
He further called Shantanu her husband and that raised many eyebrows. “Felt very bad, but there was probably some misunderstanding cause I am good with her husband and I adore him. This will get sorted out in time. However, I heard from the rumour mill she called me a “Pune” (peon) like a spot boy or smth.”

Orry Shruti

Earlier this year, Shruti had said in an interview that she has no plans to get married as the word ‘marriage’ just scares her. She had added that they both are happy and their equation is much better than many married couples. Even during a live chat on Instagram, a fan had asked Shruti if she would marry Shantanu. The actress laughed and said, “No because…” and moved the camera towards Shantanu.
On work front, Shruti was last seen in the recently released ‘Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire’.

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