Kalki Koechlin Makes It Insta-official With Her 'favourite Caveman'

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While speculations about Kalki Koechlin's rumoured relationship were going on the rounds, the actress finally made it Instra-official with a love-ladened post.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:
Kalki Koechlin

Bollywood actress Kalki Koechlin made her relationship with boyfriend Guy Hershberg Insta-official on Sunday. While speculations about their rumoured chemistry had been going on the rounds for quite a while now,  Kalki Koechlin finally confirmed the same with a love-ladened post. She shared a beautiful picture with beau Guy Hershberg on Instagram where he can be seen kissing her on the cheek as they stand by the sea.

The 'Gully Boy' actress captioned the post saying, "It's always a Sunday when I'm with my favourite caveman🥰"

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Here's the post:


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This is not the first time Kalki Koechlin shared pictures with Guy Hershberg​​​​​​. Earlier in August, she had put out a post with beau where they were seen enjoying a sushi meal. 

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Take a look:


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Kalki Koechlin's marriage with Anurag Kashyap


Kalki Koechlin was previously married to renowned filmmaker Anurag Kashyap who directed her critically acclaimed film 'That Girl in Yellow Boots'. The pair tied the knot in April 2011 after almost two years of dating and divorced in 2015. However, unlike most separated couples,  Kalki Koechlin and Anurag Kashyap are known to be good friends. Recently, they collaborated for Netflix's 'Sacred Games 2' and was seen bonding on the sets. In fact, Kalki Koechlin shared a picture with her ex-husband on Instagram and captioned it saying, "Two deviants on the sets of #SacredGamesS2"

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Here's the post:


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On the professional front

Kalki Koechlin who last graced the big screen in Zoya Akhtar's 'Gully Boy' starring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt, has now stirred the internet with her remarkable performance in Netflix's web series 'Sacred Games 2'. On the show, the 35-year-old actor plays Batya Abelman, an apprentice of Guruji, played by Pankaj Tripathi. 

As per media reports, Kalki Koechlin​​​​ describes her character as someone who's complicated, very sincere in her belief system but added 'one can never escape their past'.  "Here is a person who seems to have overcome her difficult past, seems pretty calm but somewhere simmering, there's her past which comes," the actress said.

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To understand her character, Kalki Koechlin had several rounds of discussions with Anurag Kashyap who directs portions featuring Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Ganesh Gaitonde and Neeraj Ghaywan, who helms the presentday track of Saif Ali Khan's Sartaj Singh. 

Having seen and liked the first season, directed by Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane, Kalki in arecent interview with PTI revealed that he felt 'pressured' when she got an audition call for the web drama. 

"I did the audition but didn't get a callback for three weeks. I thought it's gone, I didn't get it. Then I got one call, saying one more audition. When you don't get a call back, you're like 'hmm ok' and then when you do, there's no feedback as well. They just want to see it again so you don't know what that means. I wore a different saree for the second audition, I think that worked. It was one of that typical ashram saree, organic one and I think that did it," Kalki reportedly said. 

(With inputs from PTI) 



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