Reel-life TV couples falling in love with each other on the show's set is too normal in the telly-world. Recently, there were reports that actors Somendra Solanki & Hema Sood, who are playing a couple in 'Sony TV' show 'Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai', are dating each other in real-life [READ HERE...]. Now the actors have finally opened-up about the same!
Though the actors confessed that they are close to each other but denied admitting dating each other.
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Hema reacted on the same & told a leading daily that they are close to each other. She said "We met on the sets and since we have many scenes together, I spend most days in his company. Since we get weekly-offs on the same day too, we prefer hanging out with each other on those days. Like any normal friends we go shopping, eat out and watch films together. Somendra is a polite, calm, understanding and an extremely good-looking guy. People feel that we are dating each other, but I don’t know if this can be called dating. Somendra is such a nice person that any girl can fall for him. I do feel that our closeness is one of the reasons for the chemistry we share onscreen."
Somendra & Hema together (Photo: Instagram)
Whereas Somendra said that they are just good friends and are not dating.
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He told TOI that, “I love Hema and we are great friends, but we have to focus on our work. If I am bonding with her off screen and that understanding reflects on the show then that’s good. Hema is a professional actress and she understands me. We are not dating yet, but tomorrow is another day.”
Somendra & Hemaa in 'Yeh Un Dinon...' (Photo: Sony TV)
Sony TV's popular show 'Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai', which is based on the youngsters' love story and is set in the 1990s, is loved by the viewers. The lead couple, Randeep Rai aka 'Sameer' and Ashi Singh aka 'Naina', too are winning hearts with their on-screen chemistry.
Somendra Solanki & Hema Sood are playing the roles of 'Arjun' and 'Shefali' respectively in 'Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai'.