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Bollywood actor, Sanjay Dutt's daughter, Trishala Dutt is favourite amongst his fans, which is pretty evident from the huge fan following she has on her social media handles. Trishala often interacts with her fans and talks about her family, life, and relationship with her father, Sanjay Dutt, her stepmother, Maanayata Dutt, and her half-siblings, Iqra and Shahraan. For the uninitiated, Trishala Dutt lives in New York and is a psychologist by profession. (Recommended Read: Amitabh Bachchan Pens A Note On How Tables Have Turned, On His Son, Abhishek Bachchan's Birthday)
Apart from sharing memorable throwback pictures with her legendary grandparents, Sunil Dutt and Nargis Dutt, her father, Sanjay Dutt and her late mother, Richa Sharma, the star daughter also engages in fun 'question/answer' sessions with her fans and dishes out unknown aspects of her personal life. In one such interactive session with her fans on her IG handle, Trishala Dutt talked about her previous relationship and the trauma she underwent. Scroll down to know more!
During the 'Ask Me Anything' session, Trishala Dutt spoke about being in a toxic relationship in the past. Sanjay Dutt's daughter revealed that her ex-boyfriend treated her like trash. She then shared that it had gotten worse with every passing day and said, "Long story short, he treated me like trash. Obviously. And every day, I thought 'he's just having a bad day', 'Well, he's going through a lot, so it's okay', 'maybe tomorrow will be better'. And it never got better. It got worse."
Trishala further mentioned that she took a big step has grown as a person since then. She also talked about how she owned up to her toxic behaviour of tolerating the person and not standing up for herself. She said, "I owned up to my own toxic behaviour which was not standing up for myself and allowing him to treat me the way he did. I chose to accept that. And shame on me. But, I've grown, learned, and here I am today. Yay." (Also Read: Shoaib Ibrahim And Dipika Kakar's Family Celebrates Their Song Launch, Sister Saba Throws A Surprise)
Earlier during the same interactive session, a user had inquired about Trishala Dutt's relationship status and what kind of man she would like to have as her life partner. The star daughter had curated a long list of qualities she would like to see in her partner in response. The user's question had read, "What do you look for in a partner? Btw are you single?" To which, Trishala had replied, "For starters, What I look for in a partner is someone who has beautiful "invisible qualities" as I like to call it heart. Someone for the feelings they evoke in me. For the quality of their character and soul. Not for his looks, not for his professional accolades, or his paycheck. All of this will fade and change over the course of time. So I focus on what's more critical! Which is the quality and content of his character, for the radiance of his soul, for how I feel when I am around him, and how he treats me. Getting two humans to stay together with all their quirks, preferences, and baggage day-in and day-out, year after year as you grow, evolve and possibly change as individuals takes work and it takes a willingness to grow and to learn."
Trishala had further added how she's looking for a partner with whom she can see herself grow. She had written, "I am looking for a partner who is growth and learning-oriented and who's willing to do the hard work of growing individually and collectively with me again and again over the lifecycle of our relationship. I am looking for someone who isn't afraid of (or at least willing to face)the tough stuff of life. Over the course of a life together, we both will inevitably age and possibly grow ill, lose our loved ones, and adjust our lifestyle! I hope to find someone I can be myself around and who I can count on to be there when the tough stuff of life gets dished out! I am looking for someone who inspires me to be a better person. Ultimately, someone who's goodness and ways of being in the world inspires me to be better." (Don't Miss: Virat Kohli Expresses The Feeling Of Becoming A Father After The Birth Of His 'Baby Girl', Vamika)
More power to you, Trishala!