Minissha Lamba, who confessed being in a relationship on "Bigg Boss 8", also revealed Arya Babbar's willingness to indulge in fake romance with her for the sake of TRPs.
Lamba heavily critiqued Babbar's idea and went on to share her story with Deepshikha Nagpal. According to reports, Juhu nightclub (Trilogy) owner Ryan Tham and Lamba have been in a relationship for almost a year now and might tie the knot soon.
"The actress who was last seen on screen in 'Zilla Ghaziabad' last year, met Ryan through common friends and sparks flew during the first meeting itself. The two exchanged phone numbers and Minissha soon started visiting Ryan's nightclub frequently," Mumbai Mirror reported on 4 March.
Spotting a growing closeness between the two, their friends apparently began teasing them. After denying for long, the couple came forward and admitted to being in a relationship. A close friend of the couple reportedly revealed that Tham uttered the magical words and that it was no surprise.
"His confession did not surprise Minissha. She felt the same way about him but had been too shy to express her feelings. The two are very serious about each other and could tie the knot soon," the publication quoted the friend.
Cementing the foundation of their bond, the much-in-love took off on a romantic escapade to Belgium and then stayed over in London to celebrate the love they share. They attended the Tomorrow Land Festival (an electronic music festival) in Belgium and then flew to the British capital.
"Ryan and I both are lovers of music. We just can't wait to reach Boom. Yeah, we are going to London too," Lamba told Mirror in a June interview.
The "Bachna Ae Haseeno" actress, who has apparently found her Mr. right in Tham, interestingly told The Times of India, "I have dated previously — men who were wrong for me and for whom I was wrong. I am just waiting to meet the right guy. That shall be the day when I shout out to the world from rooftops."
Well, she hasn't literally announced her affair off a terrace top, but confessing it on a national television does amount to something.