Hiten and Gauri dreamt of making it big in Mumbai and had come to this dream city with lots of hope in their eyes. They never knew each other, or even had the slightest idea that they would meet, wedding was indeed an out of context thought. However, they met and fell in love and decided to get married all at once. This is the story of that cutest television couple you all loved watching.
A brief advertising stint was enough to make the couple notice each other. However, it was the sets of two-mega serials kutumb and kyunki saas bhi kabhi bahu thi that brought this couple together and made them fall for each other head over heels.
Wedding for the couple was one of the most simple decision that both of them took most naturally. Seeing the couple tying the knot was the most coveted incident which almost all their fans waiting for. However, the couple had a very silent most traditional marriage in the sun-sand hotel of Pune.
The couple could only manage some time from their extremely busy schedule, and that is to be present in their marriage. In fact, Gauri’s family did the whole arrangement for the wedding and two of them managed some time in between shooting to buy their own clothes for the wedding.
Everything was just very simple and was arranged in the Maharastrian style, for Hiten and Gauri. Indeed the marriage was a very small affair with very few close friends, family attending the same. The reception was grand compared to the wedding, and the couple looked more in style for the reception too. The guests enjoyed an elaborate spread of tandoor dishes along with the couple’s own favorite Chinese.
Hiten and Guri had no time to waste, as just after their wedding they went set sail for Bangkok on their honeymoon. Wedding and love finally took them away from work.
There isn't much difference between the reel and the real life. What we see in the movies is an ultimate reflection of real life experiences and emotions that their makers feel. Love, anger, hatred, kindness; these may be shown in a larger-than-life way on the screen, but these sentiments existRead More