Sanjay Dutt’s daughter Trishala Dutt is quite active on social media. She always loves interacting with fans on her social media. She was recently in interaction with her fans as she hosted an Ask Me Anything session
with her fans and followers on Instagram where she answered several questions about her personal life.
She revealed everything about her life, from her superstar father’s legacy to her hobbies. Her response to a fan’s question regarding her wedding preparations, though, attracted our attention. “Dating in this age is a disaster’,” Trishala added, adding that she is looking for a “‘proper gentleman” to marry.
Talking also talked about her wedding plans in her AMA sessions with her fans on Instagram.
She was asked about her wedding preparations by one of her fans. In response to the same, Trishala said, “Ohhhhh. It’s so hard lol. It’s so hard. For those of you who are single in 2021, you know what I’m talking about. And for those who have been married for 5+ years, you have absolutely no idea what I’m talking about.”
Trishala added, “Dating in this age is a disaster. An utmost disaster. There’s always someone thinking they can do better lol. I’ll get married whenever I find a proper gentleman that treats me with respect, love, and appreciation that I deserve. And of course, vice-versa. Happy wife – happy life (sic).”
Earlier, Trishala Dutt was asked about her boyfriend’s death on Instagram. A user wrote, “Sorry to ask this, but why haven’t you disclosed how your boyfriend passed away? What’s his name?” The question triggered Trishala, who then decided to give them a lesson on social skills. Trishala lost her boyfriend in 2019. She frequently remembers him through Instagram posts.
Sanjay Dutt’s first wife Richa Sharma has a daughter named Trishala Dutt. Richa died in 1996 from a brain tumour. Trishala was raised in the United States by her maternal grandparents. Sanjay Dutt married Rhea Pillai after Richa’s death, but the pair separated in 2005. Sanjay married Maanayata in 2008. Trishala has been quite candid about her personal life, including her connection with her father, Sanjay, and her lover’s death. She is a licenced psychotherapist in the United States.