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New home for Payal-Sangram

entertainment Updated: Mar 23, 2012 01:51 IST
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Hindustan Times
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Actor and reality show star Payal Rohatgi and her wrestler beau Sangram Singh have bought a new house for themselves. The two, who met during the shoot of recently-concluded reality show, Survivor India (where both were contestants), have purchased a four bedroom flat, worth Rs 4.5 crores in Mumbai’s Versova area.

Talking about the same, an excited Payal, who has been part of shows such as Bigg Boss 2 and Khatron Ke Khiladi, says, “It’s like a dream come true. I wanted to have a sea-facing house of my own since the time I came to Mumbai. I have completed a full circle, from living as a paying guest, then staying in a rented flat to now finally owning a terrace apartment in Mumbai. It feels great.”

The interiors of the house are being done as of now, but the much-in-love couple hopes to move in their new abode — which is situated in a building called Pearl Heights — by next month.

“The interior work is being done as per my choice as I am the lady of the house. We hope to move in next month. I want to give my parents a surprise as my mom will be coming to stay with me in summer,” says Rohatgi, who was recently seen in film called, Valentine’s Night, alongside Sangram.

The wrestler too, is equally thrilled about shifting in the new house. “Zindagi main tarakki toh honi hi chahiye naa (One should always progress in life). This house is also a representation of the same,” he says, but jokingly adds: “Yeh payal bahut kharcha karaati hai mera par hai bahut acchi (Payal makes me spend a lot, but is a very nice girl).”

Ask the two if they plan on getting married any time soon, and Sangram, who wants to star a wrestling league in India, says, “Right now, both of us want to focus on our respective careers. And honestly, marriage is just a formality for us. It will happen when it has to. There is still time.”