Varun Dhawan got hitched to long-time girlfriend, Natasha Dalal, on January 24 this year and has finally opened up about how married life is treating the couple.
For the couple, it was a typical pandemic wedding with about 20 guests in attendance. They were cautious about what was the responsible thing to do, “We had to be responsible during this period and follow rules. I’m someone who didn’t want to do something big, you’ve to respect whatever things have been put in place. I had elderly citizens from my family coming, and I wanted everyone to be safe, that’s why it was low key,” Dhawan told Hindustan Times.
The decision, although stemming from responsibility, had to do with more than just that. The size of their wedding also was what they wanted. “That’s the kind of person I am, as far as my personal life is concerned. I’d rather keep it low-key, and also because Natasha isn’t from this film line anyway. The full show-sha is too much, and this wasn’t the time for that. We’ll need to come back on our feet as a country. We need schools and other things to start opening, and then I think everything can follow that,”
He refuted the credit for any work on the wedding, saying, “I can’t take the credit for anything. I just told them I’ll keep a count of people coming there. Nobody should have broken any rules. I was really worried because I had lost my maasi to Covid last year, then I had Covid myself.”
He is one man who is not finding a challenge in balancing the professional and personal. Dhawan said, “It’s fine, and it’s exactly the same. I’m not having any issues right now because I’ve too much time like most people do.”
Currently, the couple is staying alone, as he says, with their puppy, Joey. They may not be big on partying but love to have friends over for intimate get-togethers but, “We just have gatherings of few close friends, it’s difficult right now,” he said.
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Varun Dhawan recently wrapped up Bhediya and restarted work on Jugg Jugg Jeeyo.