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Love is the sweetest antidote of this 'not-so-loving' world! It is a blessing to have a 'mister right' or a 'miss right' in your life, who brightens up your every day. Just the thought of being in love can make you smile like a little child in the midst of a busy working day. No matter, whether we are sixteen, twenty-six or thirty-six, love always gives us butterflies in our tummy. However, all our prayers get answered, the moment our 'love' becomes our life partner. And an exactly similar thing happened with Rishton Ka Saudagar – Baazigar co-stars, Vatsal Sheth and Ishita Dutta. (Recommend Read: Karan Johar Talks About Keeping His Twins, Yash And Roohi Away From Falling Into Stereotypes)
For those who don't know, Vatsal and Ishita had met each other on the sets of Rishton Ka Saudagar - Baazigar. And they had instantly felt the connection but the duo had kept denying the stories of their brewing love. We remember how once Ishita's saree had gotten stuck in a fan and Vatsal had saved her like a true Bollywood hero. And in that moment, the duo had fallen in love, and rest, as we know, is history!
Recently, in an interview with ETimes, Vatsal and Ishita revealed why they chose to tie the knot in an intimate ceremony. Vatsal shared, "I was very clear that I want a small and private wedding. There were just 30-40 people at our wedding. I still feel very bad because I didn’t even invite my own cousins. I called them and told them the reason. We wanted to keep it very very small. Our wedding got over in an hour." To this, Ishita added how their are still people, who are angry with them, "There were many people who couldn’t even arrive on time. They were going as per normal wedding schedule but by the time they arrived, meri bidaai ho gayi thi. There are still some people who are angry and we are sorry. We want to apologise."
In the same interview, Ishita revealed how Vatsal is keeping her entertained during the lockdown period. She shared that they had hardly dated each other before marriage. They had just met and in a few months, they had tied the knot. Ishita also shared that she has discovered that Vatsal is very calm as a person and how he is creative and keeps her entertained or else she would have just eaten and slept during the lockdown period. (Also Read: Nisha Rawal Slams Trolls Who Belly-Shamed Her By Asking If She's Pregnant, Proudly Flaunts Her Belly)
The actress further shared how she always wanted to be a housewife, and said, "I always wanted to be a housewife. I just wanted to get married and settle down for the longest time. My family thought I would do nothing in life." She shared that cooks two types of food at home, "I am a vegetarian, so if I am cooking aloo sabzi, I make two types – Bengali style and add extra masala to suit Vatsal’s Gujarati taste. Every day I cook two types. I need to have my Bengali style food." Talking about how the adorable couple is spending their quarantine, Ishita revealed, "It’s been 2 years of our marriage. We have learnt a lot about each other. We are trying to make the most of it. We spent the first half doing household chores and second half we try to be creative."
A couple of days ago, we had seen Vatsal getting a haircut from his doting wife, Ishita. He had posted the video of the same on his Instagram handle and had captioned it as "Anyone needs a haircut ... Dial @ishidutta. I was soo scared of Ishita cutting my hair that after every cut I got up to check in the mirror. But I must say She did a great job. Looks like now she has got a permanent client (Music Credit Monkey Machine) #haircut #diy #stayhome #staysafe #staypositive." (Don't Miss: Abhishek Shares A 1981 Video, When Big B Had Introduced Him And His Shweta 'Di' To The World)
Well, Vatsal and Ishita are definitely a power couple!