Shraddha Kapoor flies off to Antalya with boyfriend Rohan Shrestha

Shraddha Kapoor flies off to Antalya with boyfriend Rohan Shrestha. The actress headed to Turkey after wrapping up the Dubai schedule of Remo D'Souza's ‘Street Dancer 3D’. In another picture, Rohan can be seen busy clicking pictures with his camera.

Shraddha shared some beautiful pictures from the spot.

Shraddha was romantically linked with Farhan Akhtar a year ago but her parents did not approve of her relationship with a divorcee and a father of two teenage daughters. Shraddha has been in a relationship with the Bollywood photographer Rohan Shrestha for a year. 

A source was quoted as saying,”Shradha Kapoor has been dating Rohan Shrestha for over a year now. They have known each other for the longest time but they have only started dating sometime in 2018. Shraddha had come out of a failed relationship with Farhan and now wants to settle down."

"She is 33. Her parents have been convincing her to take the big step. She's finally heard them out and has spoken to Rohan about the same. If all goes fine, Shraddha will turn missus by early next year," added the source.

Shraddha and Rohan have been good friends for a year but they never admitted their relationship in public.

Earlier, Rohan had refuted the rumour of dating the actress.

He had said, "We have been extremely close for the last 9 years, but NO, I am not dating her. I met her at a party and we instantly hit it off. First impressions I definitely thought she was cute, but have only remained best friends ever since."

But the cat is finally out of the bag now and the duo will soon be in a legal relationship.

When Shakti was asked about his daughter's link-up with Rohan, he said, "Shraddha has been linked to many actors in the past. Yeh film industry hai bhaiya, link karne se kuch nahi hota. His father, Rakesh (Bollywood's ace photographer), is a dear friend of mine. We all are family friends. My daughter tells me everything what is happening in her life. She will never marry without her parents' consent."