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Goodbye lover

tv Updated: Sep 22, 2009 21:00 IST
Rachana Dubey
Rachana Dubey
Hindustan Times
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Buzz is that Gaurav Chopra and Mouni Roy, one of the most photographed couples in the telly frat, may soon go their seperate ways. An insider from the BBC production team on the NDTV Imagine show Pati Patni aur Woh, on condition of anonymity, informs that the two have been constantly fighting on the sets.

“Chances are that they will be together only for the duration of the show. Once shooting is over and the show hits the air, it may be goodbye. From the way they are arguing over how to take care of the kids on the show, it’s evident that they can no longer stand each other,” says the source.

However, both Roy and Chopra have refuted the rumour. “Every couple fights and makes up. That doesn’t mean they are separating. There are bound to be tiffs when you’re living with someone 24 x 7,” points out Mouni. “We’re still very much in love.”

So are they planning to tie the knot soon? Chopra laughs, “We don’t want to marry right now. If all goes well for some more time, we may consider it. There’s no hard and fast rule that you have to marry the girl you date.”

Apparently, they don’t get along well with the neighbours? Roy chuckles, “Where is the time to mingle when you have so many responsibilities? We know two couples — Shilpa and Apoorva Agnihotri and Sachin and Juhi Shroff — and we socialise with them.”

What about their immediate neighbours Gurmeet and Debina? “Debina and I get along really well; we jabber away in Bengali.”