Tiger Shroff’s sister Krishna Shroff is amongst those rare celebrities who’s an open book, when it comes to her personal life. The fitness freak has been dating Eban Hyams since a year, and the duo recently did an Instagram live together. Eban claimed that their ‘wedding is on the cards’ and the Internet has been flooded with that news ever since.
Koimoi got into an exclusive conversation with Krishna Shroff. The beauty spoke in detail about boyfriend Eban Hyams and their relationship over the past year. What caught our attention was Krishna’s revelation of not believing in the concept of marriage, and how things have changed over time.
Krishna Shroff began all about their togetherness as, “We’re in a really good place. We’ve obviously spoken about it because we have a certain connection that neither of us has felt before. When the time is right, we know that we eventually want to go forward with this. We’re happy together, we’ve discussed it amongst ourselves but there’s no rush into it. We just know that’s what we want eventually but as of now, we’re still enjoying being in this phase with each other.”
Asked what made her believe Eban is the one for her, Krishna Shroff shared, “I have never been a believer in marriage. I never thought to myself but it’s not something you can explain. It’s just a feeling, indescribable.”
Eban Hyams on his Instagram live yesterday answered a fan who asked if they’re married. He said, “Wedding is on the cards.” Talking about it all, Krishna Shroff revealed, “I don’t even know like we were just doing just a random Insta live session. Just 5 mins ago before we went live, he was like ‘you wanna go live with me?’ I’m like ‘yeah, cool.’ We were just like going with the flow. Obviously, we haven’t seen each other in weeks now and we just thought we do something different. You gotta do something fun and different when you’re away from each other.”
Krishna Shroff concluded the entire hoax around her and Eban Hyams’ marriage as, “People don’t really put their relationship out there that much. With him, because I’m sure about him, it doesn’t really bother me to put it out there. I don’t think people are used to that. So, we’re getting all these questions thrown at us like ‘Oh, are you guys married?’ or ‘when is it happening?’ Just because I’m putting my relationship out there, doesn’t mean I’m married to the guy. We’re still figuring ourselves out and just because we’re confident and have spoken about it, doesn’t mean it has happened or is happening tomorrow.”