Actor Sushmita Sen’s ex-boyfriend Rohman Shawl opened up on Instagram about his personal life, COVID recovery, and lessons he had learnt recently.
In an ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on Friday, the fashion model responded to several questions from his followers.
One of the questions he was asked was what he had learnt from COVID and his recovery journey. He responded by saying, “The biggest lesson learnt, no matter how big the problem is, if you have the will, you can face it all by yourself! It hurts, it pains and it remains!!! Just remember, in the end, you are the one who gains!”
Another user asked about his strength, to which the 29-year-old replied, “The fact that I don’t lie to myself!!! YOU is all YOU need! Just sometimes a jaadu ki jhappi (hug) from someone special kinda works.”
There was also a subtle implication towards a possible acting debut. When someone messaged him saying ‘can’t wait to see you on screen’, he replied, “So sweet of you! Thankfully I shot for something right before I got Covid! It’s under post-production! Will give the details soon #newbeginnings.”
Rohman also told his fans that he passed his isolation time watching Korean dramas.
Sushmita Sen and Rohman recently parted ways after a relationship of almost three years. They shared the news of the separation on social media, “We began as friends, we remain friends!!! The relationship was long over… the love remains!!!” She added hashtags such as ‘no more speculations’ and ‘cherished memories’. He commented ‘always’ on her post, followed by a heart emoji. In one of his comments, he called her ‘family’.”
In an interview with Hindustan Times after the breakup announcement, the 46-year-old actor and former Miss Universe spoke about closure and friendship. She said, “Closure is important for both people so that they can move on in their lives. And yeah, the friendship always remains. At my age, if I sit and start thinking about the terrible thing, it is really my life that I wasted.” She added, “I have grown in every relationship. So, it’s a beautiful thing to be able to speak your truth.”