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This is a special one as this is a first for the both of us together. Haven’t gotten ourselves clicked like this in the past 17 years (including 10 years of marriage) except for the last time at our marriage where we adorned our wedding as Christmas baubles sitting on a red sofa accepting shagun that would contribute to the wedding expense. Yea very middle class but much fun. The memories of that day do tickle a funny bone but some are scarring like the one with the photographer. He made us make poses that were extremely cliched but then he had to exhibit his artistic side too. So from looking from the corner of our eyes towards each other, to looking away from each other with our hands intertwined strategically exposing our wedding bands. From him standing behind me & me sitting in front of him & visa versa. From his hand holding my hand but not directly, Alas that would be too tacky for the maverick behind the camera. So the genious had my husband run his hand from behind my waist & hold my hand from the front & his other hand ran from the front of my waist stretching enough to reach my other far fetched suffocated hand that was trying hard to breath through the little pores that were sparingly left sans the mehendi, the 2 dozen red & white bangles, nani mama’s golden bangles, my mother’s favourite bangles, Babaji’s Kadda & last but not the least the kalira’s (golden embellishments hanging from the bangles). Amidst the many such contortions the only one left was us twisting our bodies around each other like the Naag & Naagin. Though that crazy man was making us dance to his tunes anyway! So from then to now, it’s quite a leap. Thanku @subisamuel @htbrunch I thought it really would require a special day for us to get ourselves clicked professionally. But I didn’t realise the day would just not be special it will also be memorable for not only am I more comfortable in my skin today but also for the awareness of the cause that I am spreading & enduring. Guess there is still more scope to love myself hence going through another testing phase. I somehow feel I’ll surge. If I was ok being a X’mas tree at my wedding this better be ok! #breastcancerawareness
Neha Dhupia’s talk show No Filter Neha is back with season 3 and it has been successful in giving us our dose of inside gossip. Ever time a Bollywood actor graces the podcast, it manages to give us so much inside information which we would always miss. Recently, Ayushmann Khurrana graced the show and as usual, Neha revealed a lot about the actor to us.
While Ayushmann made his Bollywood debut with Shoojit Sircar’s Vicky Donor, Neha revealed that his debut film was actually called KLPD, lol. Why are we laughing? You might as well want to Google the meaning of this Hindi slang. The teaser of the episode is out and it is so damn funny.
On the show, the Badhaai Ho actor also revealed that how the kissing scene between Yami Gautam and him in Vicky Donor didn’t go down too well with Tahira Kashyap (his wife). He said that in spite of knowing the plotline, Tahira got cold feet while watching the film and it took almost three years for them to let the uneasiness fade away. He also called that phase the lowest phase of his life. He later added how his wife is now more open about him kissing on screen.
Woah! Who knew that while Vicky Donor brought so much success to Ayushmann, in his personal life, the actor was going through so much turmoil.