Sushmita Sen and her boyfriend Rohman Shawl are amongst the most adorable B-town couples. They both get involved in a lot of PDA on Instagram and their fans never seem to get enough of it. And nowadays the two lovebirds are cooped together in the midst of the nationwide lockdown.
Recently, the former Miss Universe decided to do a Live on her Instagram handle along with her daughters Alisah and Renee. Many fans and followers joined the Live session of the gorgeous diva and even she interacted with them. Amidst the bunch of questions, one question that caught everyone’s attention was when a fan asked Sushmita as to when will be getting married. After reading the question, Sushmita laughed and directed the same at beau Rohman Shawl.
The question which the fan asked was, “When will you get married?” To which Sushmita just laughed at looked at Rohman and said, “The question is for you” and his reply was really sweet. Rohman said that he is ready to marry her whenever she says “yes”.
Sushmita then added fun to live session by revealing that in the midst of the lockdown that there are certain articles about Rohman that he is no longer Rohman Shawl but he was addressed as Rohman Scarf. Sushmita then said, “As if Shawl wasn’t bad enough, now scarf.” After hearing Sushmita making fun of him, Rohman said, “Don’t make fun of my surname.”
Sushmita then went on to reveal that due to the nationwide lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak, she is dubbing for her web series from home. For the unversed, Sushmita will be making her comeback on a web show titled Aarya. The show was scheduled to be streaming from March 29 2020 but it has been postponed due to the lockdown.
Talking about the show, the show has been shot in the backdrop of majestic Rajasthan. This why Sushmita was in Rajasthan a couple of months back because she was shooting for the show. The shoot for the web show commenced in December 2019 and Sushmita will be essaying the lead role of Aarya in the show.
During the Live Session, Sushmita also urged people to stay indoors and follow the guidelines issued by the higher authorities and practice social distancing when in public.