“Unfortunately, I have been single for the last eight years. The only girl I have ever dated is now my best buddy’s girlfriend. The three of us actually live together.”
He admits that while he loves playing badminton, he values his privacy and makes very few public appearances.
“And since all these appearances were with Jwala, people have linked us. I don’t really care about the rumours. Jwala’s a wonderful person to be around. She’s just won two more medals for the country. I enjoy her company and I’m not going to stop playing badminton because people are talking about us.”
The actor – who had run away from his home at 16 and worked at a cyber cafe-cum-STD booth before moving to Mumbai to sell DVDs – recalls,
“Finally, I landed a role in the TV show, Left Right Left, which reminded me of Shah Rukh Khan and how he too had debuted on screen with a TV show.”
When asked Harsh whether he plans to shuffle between Telugu and Hindi films as he has also wrapped up a John Abraham production, Satra Ko Shaadi, he says
“I don’t plan so I don’t know what’s next. The popcorn everywhere is the same, right? So Telugu, Hindi or Marathi film, it makes no difference to me.”