He was the best dancer since he was a kid. Yes, we are talking about Faisal Khan. The winner of Dance India Dance L’íl Master season 2 is in love. The one who made us in love with his dance moves also gave amazing performances in the show, Jhalak Dikhla Jaa season 8. And he added one more feather to his hat as he played the lead role in Bharat Ka Veer Putra – Maharana Pratap. He played the role of Maharana Pratap when he was young.
Earlier, Faisal revealed about his lady love. He met Muskaan Kataria who is a model-turned-actress. Faisal confirmed his relationship with Muskaan but also unveiled their wedding plans. Now, according to the reports they are not getting along well now. The reason for the tiff was mainly due to Faisal’s family. “Muskaan was finding it difficult to adjust with their directive. In fact, she didn’t even celebrate Eid with Faisal and his family this year,” a source said.
Also, according to the latest reports, looks like things aren’t working in their favour. The couple was also approached to participate in Nach Baliye 9 and discussions were on. But now, we hear the two didn’t sign the contract due to their personal issues.
Lately, when Faisal made his relationship official, he told Bombay Times: “Muskaan didn’t know who I was and I guess, that made things even more comfortable between us. She was looking for a mobile charger, and I offered mine. That’s how we got talking. We met again the next day and by the third meeting, we realised that there was a certain chemistry between us. She is not pretentious and that’s what I like about her.”
Faisal further added, “My family has always supported me in every decision. In fact, my mother had gauged my feelings for Muskaan even before I told her about it. I don’t have many friends, let alone female friends. It so happened that I told my mother about planning to bring in Muskaan’s birthday. At that time, she was visiting Mumbai for work and was staying at accommodation for women. When I reached there at midnight, I thought that I would have to climb to her balcony, just like they show in movies. But fortunately, the receptionist recognised me and attended to me warmly. The following day, I had planned another party for her. That’s when my mother asked me about Muskaan, as I don’t usually attend parties. I bought several gifts for her and a card, on which I decided not to write anything. I thought I would write whatever comes to my heart when I meet Muskaan. Finally, I wrote ‘I love you’ and she cried.”
What do you think? Will they patch up any soon?