Kalki Koechlin confirms relationship with Guy Hershberg

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Actress Kalki Koechlin has found love again! Kalki has officially announced her relationship with an Instagram post. She shared a picture with boyfriend Guy Hershberg and called him her favourite 'caveman'.

Sharing the picture Kalki wrote, “It’s always a Sunday when I’m with my favourite caveman.” Reacting to the post, Hersberg wrote, “@kalkikanmani you just put such a big silly smile on my face my cutie.”

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It's always a Sunday when I'm with my favourite caveman🥰

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Kalki was earlier married to director Anurag Kashyap. The duo had fallen-in-love during the shoot of their film Dev D and tied-the-knot in 2011. The duo later parted ways in 2015.

"Me and Kalki are separating, we are taking time off from each other to figure things out. We are not divorcing. We request the media to please respect our privacy and give us our space and not speculate. Thank you, Kalki and Anurag," their joint statement said.

Kalki had recently said, “Once I got married, I was only invited to the things that Anurag was invited to. People would say, ‘Call Anurag’s wife’. They wouldn’t say, ‘call Kalki’ or ‘call Kalki’s husband’...I found myself alone (after the divorce) after a very long time. I had to fill up that empty space somehow. I didn’t want to fill it up by going crazy and getting drunk, or by surrounding myself with the people. I chose the introverted version of filling up myself by spending more time at home, with the family... I’m happy I went through that journey.”

Kalki was seen recently in the second season of Netflix popular series, Sacred Games and also made her Tamil debut with Ajith-starrer Nerkonda Paarvai.

Meanwhile, Anurag is in relationship with a 23-year-old Shubhra Shetty. Shubhra Shetty is an assistant director at Anurag's production company Phantom.

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