Amala Paul ready for second marriage? Actress confirms being in love

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Amala Paul has found love finally. Days after her ex-husband and director AL Vijay got married to Aishwarya, actress Amala Paul confirmed that she is in a relationship.

During the recent promotion of Aadai, in an interview, Amala Paul revealed that she is 'seeing someone' and that she discussed everything about her upcoming movie 'Aadai' before signing the project.

“After I heard the Aadai script, I shared it with him first. The first thing he told me was that I needed to really work on myself if I was going to do the film. He told me that I had to be at my 100 per cent physically and mentally,” Amala said.

Without revealing name or any other details, Amala Paul talked highly about him. “Because the person I’ve become, and the way I look at my work now... I owe it to him. I was a rebel without a cause and it was love that healed me. True love healed me,” Amala Paul said.

She also added that her boyfriend sacrificed many things just to support her passion. “I used to think that only a mother could provide unconditional love and make sacrifices. But this man proved it that he can too. He had to sacrifice his job, his career to be with me and to support me. He knows my passion and he appreciates that. He stands by my side and even tell me my flaws. When this man came, he just ripped me apart,”said Amala Paul.

Calling him the truth in her life, she explained how her boyfriend critically moulded her. “He saw my earlier films and told me that I was such a sh@#*y actor. He told me he was surprised that I was still surviving in this industry despite not taking care of myself and not working on my acting. He told me that this was not how things worked. He opened a third eye for me,” said Amala Paul.

“He let me find myself back,” she concluded.

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