Now, in an interview with Hindustan Times, Adah cleared the air around it. Spilling some beans about the same, Adah said that her house is her temple and she wouldn’t want every tabloid and phone splashing things about where she is living.According to her, she has always lived in Pallai in her father’s house, since childhood. The actress added that even if decides to move, this is not how she is going to announce the news. She would like to share it in her own way. She added that she wants people to keep guessing as she will take her time to confirm the reports.
The actress was asked if such rumours and speculations bother her. Replying to the same, ‘The Kerala Story‘ actress added that she can tell her fans whenever she wants. She doesn’t feel uncomfortable due to any rumours. According to her, the rumours and everything are a part of her life as an actor and that she doesn’t take it as a privacy invasion or anything.
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In January, a real estate agent managing the property had mentioned to BT that finding tenants for the 4-BHK sea-facing house on Carter Road was challenging. The house, where Sushant had tragically passed away by suicide on June 14, 2020, has remained unoccupied since. Regarding the property’s cost, the estate agent, Rafique Merchant, had stated, “The 2,500 square feet, semi-furnished house is available for rent at Rs 5 lakh per month with a deposit of Rs 30 lakh. There have also been inquiries from some potential buyers, and the selling price is in the range of Rs 40 to 50 crore.”
Following praise for her performance in ‘The Kerala Story,’ the actress from Commando 3 has commenced shooting for the action film ‘Bastar,’ slated for release sometime next year.