User asks Mini Mathur if Kabir Khan has gone bankrupt due to `83, she reverts

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Bollywood stars are often trolled on social media and most recently, Mini Mathur had to face such a troll. A user had a query about her husband and filmmaker Kabir Khan and his upcoming film, `83. In a tweet that now stands deleted, he asked her if he had gone bankrupt due to the investment, this is what Mathur replied:

`83 is a film that stars Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone in lead roles and has been awaiting release since April 2020. Khan, known for directing films like Kabul Express, Ek Tha Tiger, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and more recently the web series, The Forgotten Army – Azaadi Ke Liye, spilled the beans about his love story with Mini Mathur in an episode of JioSaavn #NoFilterNeha Season 5 recently. 

Speaking about not working with wife, Khan shared, “Mini and I have actually made a conscious decision of not really working together because we are both from similar fields, but we said that okay let`s keep our professions apart.” 

But did you know, Kabir and Mini first met at a shoot? Kabir recalled, “We have shot together, we met on a shoot. There was a channel called Home TV and they were doing this very big show at that point in time where the first prize for that show was a flat in Bombay. I was a freelance camera person and Mini was a presenter and we both went to the production house office to say that we might not be able to do the show because we both had date issues.”

He added, “We didn`t know about each other`s date issues, we met for the first time in that office, in that meeting, and in the course of that meeting our date issues sort of disappeared and we decided that we do want to do this show. That was fun because they made us travel all over India together and we got to know each other in the course of that journey and that`s how it started.”

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