Actor Ileana D'Cruz recently responded to rumours of her marriage stating that she does not like discussing her personal life in public, but that "it's pretty much there for the world to see".
The actor was attending the trailer launch of her upcoming film Raid when she was asked about her relationship status.
Her co-star in the film Ajay Devgn went on to ask her, "Are you married?", PTI reported.
Ileana said, "Apparently! I don't know what comment to make. Professionally, I am doing well. Personally also, I am doing well. Thank you. I don't think there's any comment to be made."
"I have kept my personal life fairly private. I don't like to talk about it too much. But it's pretty much there for the world to see," she added.
Talks of a secret wedding started doing the rounds after the actor had posted a photograph on Instagram tagging Australian boyfriend and photographer Andrew Kneebone as 'hubby'.
The couple often post photos of each other on their social media accounts but have mostly been tight-lipped about their relationship.
I remember this moment. To be honest I am not that comfortable in front of a camera. I prefer to be behind pressing the button and trying to capture the perfect image. How we in your arms I forget where I am. And for that moment we are lost in our world of strawberries . @ileana_official thinking of you :)
In an interview to mid-day last year, the Barfi actor was asked if she would ever open up about her relationship with Andrew.
To which she replied, "I doubt that will ever happen. I've been working in the industry for 11 years. It's taken me a lot to understand the working culture. We actors get a lot of love, but at times, we get double the amount of negativity for no reason whatsoever. There are times when the comments become nasty. It's not fair for him to go through it. He is a normal person and is entitled to his privacy. I have had people coming and telling me that he is not an Indian and I find it stupid. He is someone who has been special to me and I don't want to be in a situation where my family is targeted for no fault of theirs."
When asked about marriage, she said, "I think marriage and live-in relationship aren't really different. It is just a piece of paper that separates the two. Marriage is great for a lot of people. It changes a lot of things between two people, but I don't look at it in that way. My commitment towards him is not going to change."