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Falling in love has been life-changing: Nakul
Actor Nakul, who is happily basking in the success of his latest Tamil release \"Tamiluku En Ondrai Azhuthavum\", has been in a relationship for quite sometime now. He says the experience of being loved is life-changing.
Actor Nakul, who is happily basking in the success of his latest Tamil release "Tamiluku En Ondrai Azhuthavum", has been in a relationship for quite sometime now. He says the experience of being loved is life-changing.
"I can't reveal her name now but she's become my best friend. I've known her for the last five years and she's been with me through my ups and downs and keeps me level-headed," Nakul told IANS.
"In front of her, I get to be the person I really am. It's been a life-changing experience because when the things you never believed in suddenly became reality, it feels like this," he said, and added that marriage should happen around next year.
With "Tamiluku En Ondrai Azhuthavum" becoming a sleeper hit, Nakul is overwhelmed with the response.
"It feels great. I've been waiting for a long time for a hit to come my way. Even though I'm extremely happy, I should admit I never anticipated this kind of response and success. My wait to do a good film has finally paid off," he said.
Nakul's next outing, Tamil comedy "Narathan", will release soon.