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Russell Brand, Katy Perry to re-visit India

Russell Brand and Katy Perry will head out to India for celebrating the New Year and re-igniting the romance in their marriage, which has taken a back seat due to their hectic work schedules. Read on.

entertainment Updated: Nov 06, 2011 15:07 IST

Russell Brand and Katy Perry will head out to India for celebrating their New Year and re-igniting the romance in their marriage, which has taken a back seat due to their hectic work schedules.

The 36-year-old comedian has booked a holiday to the breathtaking Aman New Delhi Hotel in the New Year to get their marriage back on track.

Brand has been working on back-to-back films since the summer while Perry, 27, has been travelling across the globe on her California Dreams tour.

The two-week stay in a pool-suite at the five-star hotel will be the first time in months that the couple will spend some quality time together.

The friends have described it as a trip to rekindle their love as rumours grow about how their marriage is struggling under the strain of their busy schedules.

“As part of Katy’s birthday present last week Russell booked a trip to the Aman resort in New Delhi for New Year,” the Mirror quoted a source close to Perry as saying.

“Katy’s schedule is jam-packed right until the end of the year.”

“They plan to spend Christmas in Britain with Russell’s mum and then fly to India on holiday.”

The source also said that the couple has absolutely no qualms about going ahead with the plan, as even they feel that the relentless work schedule has taken a toll on them.

“Russell and Katy have both agreed that the time they spend apart has been extremely tough and that they need to spend some quality time away together so that they can re-connect as a couple,” the source added.

Russell and Katy married on October 23 last year in a traditional Hindu ceremony near the Ranthambhore tiger sanctuary in Rajasthan, India.