Niti Taylor Talks About The Role, Responsibilities And Perks Of Being An Army-Officer's Wife

In a recent interview, Niti Taylor opened up about the roles and responsibilities she has as an Army Officer's wife. She also talked about how her husband and her in-laws support her career.


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Niti Taylor Talks About The Role, Responsibilities And Perks Of Being An Army-Officer's Wife

Kaisi Yeh Yaariyaan fame, Niti Taylor, had tied the knot with her childhood sweetheart, and Army officer, Parikshit Bawa, on August 12, 2020. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, she had got married in an intimate Gurudwara ceremony in Gurgaon. Her fans had loved the pictures from her wedding, but what had grabbed the eyeballs was the couple's ethereal look. She had worn a stunning ivory and gold lehenga, while Parikshit had looked dapper in a white sherwani and saffron silk doshala

Since, Niti Taylor Bawa and Parikshit Bawa's lockdown wedding, the much-in-love couple has been treating us with adorable glimpses from their marital life. August 13, 2021, had marked the completion of one year of married life for Niti Taylor and her darling husband, Parikshit Bawa. Niti had taken to her IG handle and had shared some glimpses from her mehendi ceremony. In the pictures, she had reminisced how exactly a year ago, she and her family had got themselves engrossed in her wedding festivities. She had captioned the pictures as:

"It's been a rollercoaster year filled with excitement & adrenaline. On the same day, last year, I had my small & cute Mehendi ceremony... With so many big plans & beautiful outfits I'd dreamt of, ultimately it was just me, mom, dad, Parikshit (who had his small little haldi ceremony going on) & my soon to be in-laws. We'd gone in with the idea of doing a big fat celebration with our sisters, our cousins & friends after Covid was over. Now I look back and cherish the intimate & cute moments I collected.. precious & life-changing. A shout out to all those who had covid weddings & saved up all that money - we deserve a big honeymoon. Missing all my close ones."

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Since her marriage, Niti Taylor wasn't taking projects during the pandemic as she had then felt that health was more important, but she was quite active on her social media handles. In an interview with the Times Of India, Niti talked about the perks of being an Army officer's wife and the responsibilities that have come on her shoulders. She also mentioned the support she has been getting from her husband, Parikshit Bawa and her in-laws. She said:

"I attend Welfare Center and do my regimental duties, and everything required of me. My husband is a blessing in my life and strongly supports my every decision. He nudges me to go to Mumbai and start working. He doesn't know anything about the industry and asks cute questions like you have to shoot for 12 hours etc. My in-laws are more supportive and excited about my work than my own parents."

Further in the conversation, Niti talked about the kind of wedding she had due to the COVID-19 protocols. And how the couple is still waiting to have a grand wedding function. She mentioned:

"Though small, ours was a beautiful Gurudwara wedding. We thought Karni to hai hi shaadi, toh Abhi kar lete hain. But, since Parikshit's sisters and my family are abroad and haven't been able to travel yet because of restrictions, even after two years, we are waiting for a proper shaadi function."

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Recently, the actress had been back to work and had started working in music videos with Pratik Sehajpal and Parth Samthaan. In the same interview, Niti opened up the reason behind taking a break of two years in acting. She mentioned the gap was not due to her marriage and explained that it was her fear due to COVID-19. She said:

"I was too scared to start shooting because of the pandemic. People think I took a break because of my marriage, but the fact is when I got married the pandemic started raging and I have health issues. I was scared to come to Mumbai because if I got COVID I would be all by myself. It was scary in both the first and second waves as people got badly affected and I didn't want that for myself."

Niti concluded the conversation about gaining confidence against the virus and how she resumed back to work. She explained the safety protocols she is undergoing in her workplaces and stated:

"Now I have come to terms that if at all I get COVID, it won't be as bad. I am still very careful on sets and wear a double mask though I see no one around is wearing them anymore. I am glad I come from an Army background where everything is so systematic, and you have to mask up. I am super finicky. It irritates a lot of people, but I don't care, I need to be safe at the end of the day."

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