Actress Evelyn Sharma swapped the glitz and glamour of Bollywood for life in the rural town of Chinchilla, Queensland, with her Australian dentist husband. And the 35-year-old movie star reflected on the life-changing move during an interview with A Current Affair over the weekend.

German-born Evelyn said that despite the relocation being ‘the best thing’ she ever did, she does sometimes miss ‘the glamorous life’. Bollywood star Evelyn Sharma revealed on A Current Affair this week what it was really like moving to tiny rural town in Queensland with her Australian husband: ‘I miss the glamorous life sometimes’

‘The glamorous life, I do miss it sometimes, the red carpet and getting dressed up in beautiful gowns and sarees,’ Evelyn said.  ‘It’s been like a tornado, a whirlwind in my life. It’s changed so much.’ However, she said moving to Australia has been the ‘best thing we ever did’. 

The model is living in Chinchilla, a rural town in the Western Downs Region, after her dental surgeon husband bought the local dental practice. ‘In the beginning it felt like a mental detox, being in Chinchilla in the country, away from 22 million people in one city,’ she told The Courier Mail.

‘That constant noise that you have around yourself but also being conscious of paparazzi, that was just my everyday life.’‘At some point here I started getting very uncomfortable if I saw phones pointing at me, but then I was like, they don’t know who I am, they’re not taking my picture, and it became really relaxing, and I felt so safe.’ 

Evelyn married husband Tushaan Bhindi in May last year and they welcomed their daughter in December.New life Down Under: The model is living in Chinchilla, a rural town in the Western Downs Region, after her dental surgeon husband bought the local dental practice. Evelyn married husband Tushaan Bhindi in May last year and they welcomed their daughter in December

‘At some point here I started getting very uncomfortable if I saw phones pointing at me, but then I was like, they don’t know who I am, they’re not taking my picture, and it became really relaxing, and I felt so safe,’ she said

She admitted it was ‘really really tough’ being separated from her family and friends during her pregnancy. But she said the town has been very supportive and has been looking after her and her family.

Evelyn made her film debut in 2006 after appearing in American film Turn left. She went on to star in Bollywood film From Sydney with Love in 2012, before landing a role in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. She has also hosted her own travel show titled Life Mein Ek Baar.

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