Who is drag queen Sushant Divgikr’s mystery Indian-Australian boyfriend?

Indian actor-singer-drag queen Sushant Divgikr (aka Rani KoHEnur) has confirmed on Instagram that they are in love with a Bengali who lives and works in Australia.

The ‘Bigg Boss 8’ contestant took to Instagram to share pictures with the mystery man while writing ‘Jeeju’ in the caption without revealing his identity.

“Alexa , what do you call JIJU in Bengali ? Asking for #ranifam !!! reveal when ? Also in Marathi / konkani – we call Jiju – BHAUJI / BHAAIYA ! What do you call Jiju in YOUR language?”

Sushant met her boyfriend a year back in Los Angeles and added that he is a wonderful man.

- Advertisement -

The actor-singer-drag queen told Hindustan Times:

“He works and lives in Australia, but he’s an Indian. Main kahin par bhi jaake Indian hi pakadti hoon, damaad toh Indian hi hoga! Mujhe proper Indian wedding chahiye.”

In the Instagram snapshot, Sushant can be seen wearing a white patterned shirt, smiling with the eyes closed and blushing, while the mystery man is seen in a black shirt looking towards Divgikr. Though, the Indian-Australian mystery boyfriend’s face is not fully revealed yet!

Sushant Divgikr who is also known as Rani KoHEnur identifies as gender-fluid trans person and was crowned Mr Gay India 2014 and also represented India at Mr Gay World 2014.

In 2023, Sushant became the first Drag Queen to represent India in an international drag singing competition and getting 3rd runner up at Queen of Universe competition.

Sushant has been a part of Forbes Asia 30 under 30 in 2020 and has also been a part of Forbes India’s top 100 digital stars list.

They were recently seen in the film Thank You For Coming along with Bhumi Pednekar, Shehnaaz Gill and Dolly Singh.

- Advertisement -

Support Our Journalism

Global Indian Diaspora needs fair, non-hyphenated, and questioning journalism, packed with on-ground reporting. The Australia Today – with exceptional reporters, columnists, and editors – is doing just that. Sustaining this needs support from wonderful readers like you.

Whether you live in Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States of America, or India you can take a paid subscription by clicking Patreon. Buy an annual ‘The Australia Today Membership’ to support independent journalism and get special benefits.