Dino Morea reveals his equation with ex-girlfriend Bipasha Basu has never changed; says ‘we both are still friendly’

Image Source - Instagram

Actor Dino Morea who rose to fame after starring in Raaz was dating his co-star Bipasha Basu during that time. However, the two called it quits and now they have moved on their respective lives. After all the years, while promoting his recently released web series, The Empire, Dino Morea spoke about his equation with his ex-girlfriend Bipasha in an interview. He revealed that his equation has never changed with her while mentioning that they are ‘very friendly.’ 

Speaking about his equation with ex-flame Bipasha Basu, Dino Morea told Hindustan Times, “My equation with Bipasha Basu from Raaz to Gunaah had not changed. I don’t think it changed ever. Yes, we were dating when we were shooting Raaz. Then we were not dating during Gunaah. But, I think we were both professional actors and we both wanted to be professional on the sets and in the industry. So, we did not let our personal relationship come in between our work, we let that stay out of the work we did. I think we both handled everything very professionally.”

Dino further said, “My equation with her is still…I mean we both respect each other and we both are still friendly, very friendly. In fact, we don’t talk as much but we talk every now and then and there are those cherished memories which were wonderful. So, the equation is great!”

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Dino Morea (@thedinomorea)

Meanwhile, Dino Morea will also be gracing a special episode of Karan Johar’s talk show, Koffee With Karan. He, along with his co-stars, will be speaking about his web series, The Empire.

Besides, Dino Morea is currently grabbing attention for his character as Shaibani Khan in Nikkhil Advani’s The Empire. The historical series also stars Kunal Kapoor, Drashti Dhami, Aditya Seal and Shabana Azmi in pivotal roles. The show is streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.  

Also Read: The Empire Review: A one time watch, the historical drama falls short of expectations