Sumedh Mudgalkar and Mallika Singh were believed to be in a relationship however, both were tight-lipped about it whenever they were questioned.
RadhaKrishn led by Sumedh Mudgalkar and Mallika Singh became India’s most loved mythological show. After successfully running for four years, the show recently wrapped up but is still fresh in the mind of the audience. Speaking about the lead stars, Sumedh Mudgalkar, who essayed Krishna, and Mallika Singh, who essayed Radha received tremendous love from the fans.
Since the two started working in the mythological show RadhaKrishn, their chemistry led to several rumors being churned. The two were believed to be in a relationship however, both were tight-lipped about it whenever they were questioned. Also Read Bollywood Actresses Who Found Love Outside The Industry
Sumedh Mudgalkar Dating Mallika Singh?
Now, in a recent conversation with Hindustan Times, Sumedh Mudgalkar finally spoke about his relationship with Mallika Singh. When asked what bond they share, Sumedh stated that they are just ‘good friends.’ When asked if they were dating previously, the RadhaKrishn actor mentioned that they never dated and said, “We shared a good equation. I can’t say that we always have shared a good equation or we will share one.” Also Read: ‘Sumbul Maaregi Muje Pakad Ke’: Archana Gautam Reacts To Her Viral Dance Video With Fahmaan Khan
Sumedh mentioned that Mallika is a wonderful person, and so it might look like they are in a relationship. “If there’s anything they (people) should know we have come out in the open and spoken about it,” said Sumedh. Sumedh also confessed that at present he is single and admits that he is not comfortable talking about his personal life as he thinks it should remain personal.
Praising Mallika Singh and her work, He said, “Mallika has a bright future. She has given everything to the character of Radha and has also worked hard for it. I really respect that. Working with me is not an easy task. She is one of the most I have had to work with and has done a commendable job.”