When actor Amy Jackson reportedly broke off with Prateik, after a long-term relationship where the duo got matching tattoos and professed their love for each other in public, the split was shrouded in mystery. Now, after a spell of singledom, it seems like Amy’s found a prospective partner for herself.
A source close to the actor reveals that Amy has been spotted with a UK-based Indian Sunny Denvi. “Sunny was here in India and was spotted with her. He even dropped by her set and watched her shoot, but from a distance,” says a source.
Sunny, apparently belongs to a wealthy family and Amy has known him for a while now. “Sunny’s father owns a production house in the UK, Amy and Prateik even used to stay at his farmhouse whenever they visited London,” reveals the source.
It wasn’t just a personal visit to Mumbai for Sunny; it seems like he had some business propositions in mind. Sunny is supposedly planning to venture into films here and launch himself as an actor.
Like HT Café reported a few days ago, Amy, like Prateik is looking to remove the ink from her arm. She is now thinking getting one with Sunny’s name instead, reveals the source. “The actor may be travelling to London to remove the art through plastic surgery,” the source adds.
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