Anurag Kashyap admits dating his assistant Sabrina Khan
After breaking up with Kalki Koechlin, director
Anurag Kashyap has found love yet again in his ‘Bombay Velvet’ assistant
director Sabrina Khan. The 41-year-old Anurag met Sabrina few moths back and
they today they are inseparable. The duo is reportedly seeing each other.
Revealed a source, "Anurag is crazy about her and fondly calls her Sabby. They recently went on a trip to Europe and spent a few days in Paris. He seems really happy and believes that Sabby has brought stability to his life at a time when his marriage to Kalki Koechlin was on the rocks."
Anurag says he is in a happy space today, "I've been working out a lot and Bombay Velvet is shaping up well," he smiled. But he has another reason to smile. Is he in love, "Yes, I am dating someone," he admits, without beating around the bush. "I'm in a really happy phase right now."
When asked is Sabrina is the reason behind his smile, He nodded, "I have never camouflaged my personal life. If I'm dating someone, I won't hide it."
Before getting hitched to Kalki, Anurag was married to Aarti Bajaj, who has edited all his films except for his upcoming ‘Bombay Velvet’ and they also have a daughter, Aaliya.
After divorcing Aarti in 2009, he married Kalki April 2011 after few years of live-in relationship. Kalki moved out of Anurag Kashyap’s house few months back but they are not officially divorced. They mutually decided to separate in November 2013.
When asked if Kalki knows about Sabrina, he said, "Of course, she was the first person I confided in. She is happy that I am happy."However, the filmmaker says he's not ready to take his relationship to the next level. "Right now, we are just seeing each other. Let's see how far it progresses," he said.
After separation, Kalki and Anurag remain to be good friends, "What you want to know about personal life? I and Kalki are separated. We are very good friends and we will stay very good friends, what more you want to know. It is a simple healthy relationship. When two people separate... Then you should leave them alone," Anurag said.