“What is nice about living from your heart, is that even if something goes wrong, you are content.”
Hindustan Times quoted the 62-year-old recalling the thoughts she had while penning down her autobiography saying,
“While I was writing the book I realized that I’ve been alone most of my younger years, my prime years, without a lover or a husband. I came here, there were some inconsequential affairs, nothing really materialized. I was all alone most of the time. Vivian was living far away, he had his own life. We met very seldom.”
“Whatever God gave me, wherever I went wrong, I accepted it and moved forward. I wanted to have a normal husband, children from the husband who’s living with me, my in-laws, grandparents…When I see other people, I do feel a little envious. But I didn’t blame (anyone), didn’t become an alcoholic, or went in a wrong direction because I didn’t get what I wanted.”
📣 Follow Storypick on Instagram! Click here to follow @story.pick
She also said that a man she was going to marry called off the wedding at the very last minute, “Till today I don’t know why. I had no option but to move on… What you read about my life is actually not what I wanted my life to be.”
There you have it folks, Neena Gupta at her candid best!