The entire facade between Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranuat seems to be getting uglier with the passage of time. After Kangana Ranaut revealed some of the explosive details about her relationship with Hrithik Roshan on a TV show, it stirred a new controversy.

A one-year-old controversy that was under wraps suddenly emerged after Kangana’s interview to a leading TV channel. In the interview, the ‘Queen’ actress claimed to have a 7-year-long relationship with Hrithik Roshan.

Hrithik Roshan who preferred to keep mum for quite a long time, on Thursday finally released an open letter slamming Kangana Ranaut. In the letter, Hrithik claimed that he never met Kangana in person, leave aside being in relationship for 7 long years. Apart from sharing screen space with Kangana in ‘Kites’ and ‘Krrish 3’, Hrithik said he didn’t have any relationship with Kangana.

After all this, Hrithik has now shared his thoughts about the entire fiasco in an exclusive interview with Republic TV that will air on Saturday night.

In a one-on-one conversation with the channel, Hrithik said, “I’ve just had enough; I need to say what I want to say. Enough of I don’t know what word to choose, I cannot describe it, but it has… I realise that I have been pretending because I have to live up to this star.. thing of mine that I’ve got to look on for it, I’ve got to be cool and be okay and not give any attention to something that is not important.

“After a while, I realised that I was pretending. It was affecting me. It was affecting my sense of community, it was affecting my sense of well being, and I said now I am pretending… That’s not being hero, that’s not strength, its fake. I had to do something about this. It’s about time,” Hrithik said.

Hrithik further added, “I was also very very afraid. I have been afraid that my words would be misconstrued. If I come across as strong, they might turn me as aggressive, if I might show some emotion, they might turn me as weak, if I may sound vulnerable, they’ll say ‘Oh, maybe he is looking for sympathy’ and the list goes on.

“It has been four years, I think I have had enough.”

Hrithik also says there were times he wanted to say, “my truth, but people stopped me”.

“I was afraid and now I am not going to be afraid of that (coming to terms with my own vulnerabilities). I am going to allow my mind and my heart to say what it wants to say and allow the pieces to fall where they may.”