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Poonam Singh

National Heartthrob Vijay Deverakonda is one of the few actors who has created a special place among fans with his films in a short span of time. Vijay has grabbed a massive fan following and they keep track of every detail of the stars life, especially his love life.

While his relationship rumours with Rashmika Mandanna are always the talk of the town, both of them have always denied the rumours and stated that they are only good friends. 

However, recently, Vijay Deverakonda opened up about his relationship during a promotional interview for his younger brother Anand Deverakonda's Pushpaka Vimanam, which he is producing under his banner King Of The Hill.

During a candid interview with Anand for his YouTube channel, he and Anand revealed many interesting and unknown facts about them. 

While answering one of the questions on 'who has/had more relationships, Anand revealed that Vijay has/had 40-50 girlfriend more girlfriends than him. To which Vijay says what do you except I am older than you'. He then went to say that Anand is marriage material as once he falls in love, he will pursue her until they get married. 

He also admitted that he has some issues in his relationships as he has some flaws in him. He revealed that he is a bit a shaky and not strong in a relationship. He further said that he can't give the time required to nurture a relationship as he is more career orientated. 

Vijay also ascertained that Anand will get married before him. To which Anand says, that for everything risky thing in life Vijay puts him first.

Vijay said 'you get married so that I can step back, analyze and seek inspiration'.

You can watch the video here

During one of the questions, Vijay also remembered his ex-girlfriend and revealed that she had taught him the art of gifting which he now follows in life and loves to spend money on gifting others than on himself. 

On the work front, Vijay will be next seen in Puri Jagannadh's pan India film Liger which will mark his Bollywood debut. Liger will be out in five languages - Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.

(Edited By Pradeep Singh)

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