Karan Kundrra started dating Tejasswi Prakash on Salman Khan's show, Bigg Boss 15.
Last Updated: 06.32 PM, Jun 19, 2022
Karan Kundrra has responded to trolls who have tagged his relationship with Tejasswi Prakash as ‘fake.’ He has in fact hit back at them and at the same time, informed TejRan fans about how important they are. Karan and Tejasswi started dating after coming together on Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss 15.
Talking to Indian Express, the first thing that Karan said was, “Do you think I’m worried about a backlash?” He also pointed out how his career has shaped up and how opinionated he is about what he says or does.
Calling the troll ‘a frustrated soul,’ Karan questioned whether he and Tejasswi would be bothered by someone sitting in one corner of the world with a phone and a Twitter account. He stated that the user was probably feeling jealous about others’ happiness and was just venting it out.
Karan questioned if these Twitter users would access them just to spread hate. He then ended his answer with the perfect response. Karan said that the lovely people are important to him and Tejasswi, not the trolls.
Tejasswi and Karan fell in love while on Bigg Boss 15. They had their ups and downs in the relationship. The world witnessed their breaking up and coming back together, stronger than ever. In fact, fans loved to see them so much that they started trending #TejRan in support of Laddoo (Tejasswi) and Sunny (Karan).
Once they made their relationship official, host Salman Khan made sure to get their parents to an understanding too. Thus, Tejasswi and Karan’s parents agreed to the relationship. Eventually, Tejasswi picked up the trophy and Karan flaunted what a proud boyfriend he is.
TejRan have made many public appearances ever since. They also share Instagram stories where fans get access into their personal lives and the PDA between the couple. More recently, Karan took Tejasswi to Goa in order to celebrate her birthday. The two have been appearing in public even after that but videos from the party have won over fans even today.