Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut may be working towards a truce to end their murky legal battle , but Kangana's former boyfriend Adhyayan Suman grabbed headlines yesterday after making shocking revelations about the actress.

In an interview to DNA, Adhyayan revealed details of his abusive relationship with Kangana, alleges that she 'sabotaged' his career, did 'black magic' on him and was 'obsessed' with Hrithik Roshan. Adhyayan also sympathised with Hrithik.

Adhyayan Suman has been flooded with calls since morning, mostly supportive, and then someone told him that he’s trending on Twitter. But all’s not only good. There are some people on social networking sites who are unfairly mocking him for trying to garner publicity through the whole episode.

Visibly disturbed, Adhyayan lashes back: “What do you think I would get out of it? Will Steven Spielberg or Yash Raj offer me films just because I spoke about a disturbing episode of my life?”

Adhyayan says giving the no-holds-barred interview was his way of giving himself an emotional closure. He says, “I didn’t do it for Hrithik or anybody. I had to eventually speak out the truth. It was the same pattern, the one I see with Hrithik, I have seen it earlier with Ajay Devgn and Sanjay Dutt. Someone has to speak out the truth.”

“It is not about a man or woman; it is about a human being who can’t be allowed to go around screwing people’s lives,” he says.

The harsh reactions from certain people continue to hurt him. “If I needed publicity, wouldn’t I have come out during the release of ‘Heartless’? What am I going to gain now?” he says.

About people mocking him for his ‘unsuccessful’ state, he says, “Success and failure are so momentary. Failure is good as it teaches you more things than success does. Everything is fickle. Tomorrow I might get bigger than someone else. I hate it even when people troll Abhishek Bachchan. He is the nicest man we have in the industry. He is the only person who actually walks towards me if he spots me somewhere. There is so much goodness in that man that can be seen in the way he treats other people. Is box office success or money the only criteria to judge people? I am embarrassed that I belong to this generation that only gauges people by material success. They don’t realise their one liners could hurt someone…” he says.

“How could people misconstrue my intentions?” he asks. “I come from an emotional space. I have gone through a lot and those ugly emotions came back when I was speaking about her. I don’t care about the people who don’t know me, judge me. I have had some genuine people support my decision to speak out and that should be enough,” he says.

Courtesy: Mid Day

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