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It is believed that a couple, who cooks together stays together! The kitchen is the only place that can either keep you together or tear you apart. Accept it, we have all seen our mommies yelling at our daddies if they forget a grocery item or leave the cap of the pickle jar open. Later on, they will be cooking his favourite food to make up for the fight. Well, there is no doubt that a woman can instantly fall in love with a man, who can cook. After all, cooking is a way of showing your love towards the people you care for. And Rajeev Sen is a perfect example of a husband, who loves cooking for his wife, Charu Asopa. (Recommend Read: Paras Chhabra Lashed Out At Ex-Girlfriend, Akanksha Puri, Says She's Better-Known For Being His Ex)
On June 16, 2019, Rajeev and Charu had tied the knot in Goa in an intimate ceremony. In a world of instant datings and hookups, Rajeev and Charu had decided to get married and create their own 'happily ever after' within few months of falling in love. Since then, they have been giving us couple goals with their social media PDAs. The duo knows how to make each other feel special and we cannot stop gushing over their in-love pictures.
On March 30, 2020, Rajeev gave us a glimpse of how he helps his wife, Charu in the kitchen. The doting husband shared a time-lapse video, wherein we can see him lending a helping hand to Charu while she prepares a meal for the two. Along with the video, Rajeev wrote, "Everyday affair in the kitchen", followed by a heart emoji. Take a look at it below:
A few days ago, Charu celebrated her first Gangaur puja after marriage. She had donned a traditional red saree with golden border on it. Her look was completed with a mathapatti, a choker neckpiece and matching earrings. She had captioned the picture as "My first gangaur celebration after marriage."
In an interview with ETimes, Charu had shared how she had prepped for the puja amidst the lockdown because of COVID-19 outburst. She had said, "I had nothing to decorate as I couldn't step out of the house for buying flowers and other stuff due to the 21 days lockdown. So instead of grass I used jowar to do the rituals. Luckily, gangaur and other necessary stuff my mom had already sent to me in advance from Bikaner before the coronavirus scare began. I tried to make whatever I could do in this lockdown situation. As sweets were not available I decided to make prasad at home." (Also Read: Ahil Sharma Celebrates His 4th Birthday With Baby Sister Ayat Sharma, Feeds Cake To Mamu Salman Khan)
Charu had further added, "The festival of Gangaur is celebrated in Rajasthan and it is celebrated by married and unmarried women. They worship Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva to get a good husband and family after marriage. As this was my first Gangaur I got ready and wore a beautiful red saree. As there was no elders in the house present nor I could step out to ask for help, I decided to take assistance on phone and did everything on my own. Rajeev has also been a great help." (Don't Miss: Kanika Kapoor Is Missing Her Kids And Family After Being Tested Positive Fourth Time For Coronavirus)
Well, Rajeev and Charu never fail to give us #CoupleGoals!
In the enchanting world of glam and glitz, we often come across a love that leaves a mark on all of us, and one such love story is of Sushmita Sen's brother, Rajeev Sen, and television actress, Charu Asopa. Last month, the same date (June 16, 2019), the duo tied theRead More