Mumbai: Sunaina Roshan has moved out of her parent’s (Rakesh Roshan and Pinky Roshan) house and shifted to a new residence with her daughter, Suranika. She is one of the strongest pillars to the family however her new residence is just 5 minutes away and the parents drop in quite frequently.
Breaking her silence for the first time, she was quoted in Absolute India, “I see this as being more responsible and finding who I am. I simply do not understand why a woman needs a man to shift out of her parents house and why can’t she live on her own? In fact, it was my parent’s idea and my dad felt that I would be more responsible and I will get a hold of who I am.”
Sunaina was in and out of her father’s house when her first marriage didn’t work out. The family bought her another house when she married the second. But as that marriage too didn’t last, she moved back to the house.”
Talking about her plans in the future she reveals that she wants to be producer. She says, “I have been a creative person always and nobody can predict the future and I am taking each day as it comes. The plan is to be a solo producer someday in my life and if luck has it, I will make a film. Till then, I am involved with my father’s production house and at the moment, I am on this break after Krrish 3 released.
Her brother, Hrithik too has been going through a low phase in his personal life. However, she adds that health front, he is fine now. “Hrithik’s health is fine now. The past few months have been difficult for all of us but we are like four walls in the house and nobody shook. We will sail through this. I would not like to comment on what went wrong. Hrithik is mature enough to take his own decisions and we, as a family, support him in everything. We are like friends and being from the same blood, we don’t need words to know what is wrong and what is not. We just understand each other.”
Entering a new phase of life, Sunaina Roshan has declared that she never wants to get married again. Marriage is a definite no for me and I will never marry again in this life. I am happy that I made these mistakes and I have learnt a lot from them. I thank those people as without them I would not be the person that I am today,” Sunaina adds.