Learn the whole love life of Kalki Kochlin’s Israeli boyfriend and quarrel


Bollywood actress Kalki Kochlin with Israeli musician Guy Herschberg.

Kalki Kochlin writes – ‘We met at a petrol station on the way to the sea. Every year for 2 years we both used to come to Mumbai and Jerusalem. I used to go to Israel with fresh coconuts and Guy Hersberg used to come to India with oranges and avocados.

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  • Latest version:November 27, 2020, 6:52 pm IST

Mumbai Bollywood actress Kalki Kochlin shared information about her love life by sharing a post on social media. She was the first to tell about her Israeli musician boyfriend Guy Herschberg. Kalki also revealed how the two did not allow their love life to affect them despite their separate cultures. Kalki also gave details of his first meeting with Herschberg.

The ‘Alley Boy’ actress has shared a captivating picture with her boyfriend Herschberg. He also shared a big note with the picture. Kalki writes- ‘We met at a petrol station on the way to the Dead Sea and we started talking. After that we are living with each other. We also have a beautiful baby boy. Every month for 2 years we both used to come to Mumbai and Jerusalem. I used to go to Israel with fresh coconuts in my suitcase and Herschberg always came to India with oranges and avocados. “

Kalki explained how her cultural differences did not have any negative impact. She also gave information about her boyfriend’s likes and dislikes. He writes, ‘Herschberg brought me a Middle Eastern salad for breakfast and taught me how to make biryani and I started. “I started learning Hindi and watching French movies,” Kalki said. At the same time I started learning Hebrew online and listening to Western classical music. She likes cardamom coffee and I like tea made from china and milk.

Kalki further said, ‘Even after the birth of a child, both of them fight every day to make dishes. Kalki said, ‘Her boyfriend is Jewish, some Russian, some Polish and some Iranian and I am of French descent, born in India and raised here. My first name is Hindu and my last name is Protestant. Our only daughter’s name is Greek, with whom we speak Hebrew, French, Hindi and Tamil. We do not follow any religious rituals at home, but share all our rituals and food. Who can this dish be made for, we fight about this every day but we eat sweets in equal parts.

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