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Neha Dhupia’s show No Filter Neha season 3, has been a place for many superstars to get candid about their personal life. This time, the host herself brought her husband Angad Bedi on the couch. Out of the many questions, the Tiger Zinda Hai actor grabbed everyone’s attention by confessing that he has dated around 75 women in his life.

Not only that, but Angad also specifically confessed about being in a relationship with older women. In conversation, Angad quoted as saying Bollywood Life, “I never had a girlfriend for the longest time because when I was growing up, I grew up in a lot of discipline. I was a very shy boy and I’m still very shy. But slowly when I moved the base from Delhi to Mumbai, things changed and I made new friends and I realised that I enjoy going out a lot, I was on a self-discovery mode. Beggars can’t be choosers, you take what you get. But I think when I was 19 or 20, yea that was the time. In one situation there was a 10-year difference. The next was 3.5 years. I would say, technically, my first relationship was then.”

Apart from this bold confession, Angad also opened about his sweet and sour relationship with brother-cricketer Yuvraj Singh. Angad said, “It was my fault and I say this very openly that I should’ve given him more time but then unfortunately for us the decision making was so sudden. He has his reasons to be upset and I really love him but if you want me to say what our relationship is right now, yes, it’s not the same and I hope in due course it does get better because I miss him. He is a dear friend of mine.”

On the work front, Angad was last seen in Soorma opposite Diljit Dosanjh. He played a role of Diljit’s elder brother Bikramjeet Singh. The Soorma actor and wife-actress Neha Dhupia are soon to be blessed with a child. They got married on November 10, 2018.

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