By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Every girl dreams of becoming a bride, since the day, she understands that girls have to leave their paternal home in order to make their own home. However, over the years, weddings have become a reason to get famous by creating trends and couples have forgotten to enjoy the big day. But there are few couples, who prefer to keep their day intimate with family and friends. And Bollywood actress, Lisa Ray is a perfect example of it. (Recommend Read: Kalki Koechlin Shares A Video Of Herself Singing A Portuguese Lullaby For Her Baby Doll, Sappho)
It was in the year 2012 when Lisa Ray had tied the knot with the man of her dreams, Jason Dehni in an intimate ceremony. The gorgeousness has been through a lot, she had given a tough fight to cancer and in her mid-40's she had embraced motherhood via surrogacy. In September 2018, the Indo-Canadian actress had announced that she had gotten blessed with two angels, Sufi and Soleil. And now she has returned to the world of acting with her latest web series, Four More Shots.
Recently, in an interview with the Hindustan Times, Lisa shared an anecdote from her wedding and what kind of bride she was. The actress shared that she didn't even had fitting for her wedding gown. She was quoted as saying, "I hate attention. I’m very casual and dressed down and my own wedding was very intimate and simple. It was attended by very close friends in Napa Valley and my friend, Wendell Rodricks who passed away recently, designed a very simple gown in his studio in Goa, while I was on the other side of the globe. I didn’t even have fittings. I’m personally not a fan of big fat weddings. I’m very low maintenance, fuss-free, an introvert." (Also Read: Rhea Chakraborty Has A Fiery Reaction To Alleged Beau, Sushant Singh Rajput's Workout Video)
In an interview with Kareena Kapoor Khan's radio show, What Women Want, Lisa had shared how she had tried to hide the news of cancer being relapsed from her husband, Jason. She had shared, "I relapsed once. This is something that I have not spoken about extensively. It happened just a month after getting married. That was a really difficult time. I was hiding that secret from my husband. I thought I just have to get through the shaadi and then I will figure out what to do. So, that was a real low, because the first time I was dealing with cancer, I was single."
She had further shared, "I had this beautiful man who had just become my husband and consented to get married to this woman with this fatal disease, and the first piece of news that I had to share with him was, ‘Baby, thanks for marrying me. By the way, I probably have to go back on treatment." (Don't Miss: 'Kumkum Bhagya' Fame, Shikha Singh Spills Beans On Her Pregnancy Cravings, Says She's Anxious)
Well, Lisa is definitely an inspiration for all the minimalistic brides!