Friendship Day Special: True friendship is accepting your friend 100 %, say new friends Rithvik Dhanjani & Krystle Dsouza

They have known each other for years but in May last year, actors Rithvik Dhanjani and Krystle D’Souza became good friends.

They have known each other for years but it was only in May last year that actors Rithvik Dhanjani and Krystle D’Souza became good friends. “Dhano and Kristu”, as the two hit each other well, echo each other’s sentiments and make them feel like they’ve known each other for years.

“It is strange that we have met before at events and parties but only last year we were in Goa and became close friends. We can talk about anything under the sun and not judge each other. We have gotten our point across to each other, bonded over nonsense chats, fought over card games, out to parties and what not,” says D’Souza. Dhanjani, who calls her “Jugadu”, adds, “Last year when we met, we both felt a connection. He felt like I knew someone very well. I told him, ‘Where was it now?’ until?’ She is a problem solver in our group and can fix any situation. Today she knows where I’m stuck, what mistake I made and what a fool I am doing.”

Two friends aren’t 7 a.m. friends because “we often hang out by 4 a.m. and go to sleep at 7 a.m.,” says Dhanjani, who often meets with her group of friends.

“We have to have unconditional love for your friend. People will mess up, hangups but friendship to me is 100% accepting your friend and loving them despite their flaws, while inspiring them to do better I am a sensitive and caring person and I put other people’s feelings first. Maybe that’s why people think I am a great person. I have never been disappointed in my friends,” shares D’Souza.

Dhanjani, on the other hand, calls his friends his family because they are the same people he chose to be a part of his life. “I try to be there for my friends in any shape and form. I feel like as a friend I’m learning everyday from Krystal to be the best version of myself because she has so many qualities.” What I lack. Friendship for me means putting myself in front of my friends and not worrying about being judged. We’re always pushing each other to be better.”

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