We love the concept and the thought of having a day to celebrate our love for each other but neither of us is adamant that we have to get married.“It’s a contract at the end of the day.It’s whether you want to enter into that contract and we’re really happy as we are and things are going really well.when my parents, who are simple middle class folks from Kanpur, sent me to one of the best boarding schools in India.From there, as the natural flow would take me, i went on to Delhi for college & then onwards to Mumbai for work.The former singer is acting in her first stage play, and explained the reasons behind her leap into theatre.'There was a part of me that thought, "I’m 54, do I want to be putting myself through this now?
It’s really made me think that life doesn’t have to end in your 50s,' she explained.Here, I discovered the freedom to make a life for myself as I wished. My well-intentioned parents tried their best to find me a "RISHTA" in their own “social circle” BUT failed because their “social circle” was not MY “social circle” anymore & I had nothing in common with the people there.So i made new friends, gathered new experiences, travelled, worked hard & partied harder. full of my own unique experiences, had made me a “new person”…and I wanted to meet someone from “my world” in a way that I related to…yet also someone who my parents could relate to as well.To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you.
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