No honeymoon for Aashish and Samita
The star couple is tied up with their work, reports Johnny D.india Updated: Jan 25, 2006 20:42 IST
Bollywood actors are surely having their plates full and hardly have enough time even for their honeymoon. Work, work, work! The latest couple Aashish Choudhry (Qayamat fame) and Samita Bangargi (RamjiLondonwale), who are getting married on 27th January 2006, have planned for their honeymoon later. The couple has been dating since last eight years and each year they have been planning for their wedding but at last the day has approached. They both had starred in a film called Shaadi KaLadoo earlier. Now it is their time to eat the ladoo!
However, what is surprising is that when we wished them good luck for a happy married life in advance, they both surprised us by saying in unison, "No honeymoon for us for the time being because of work (laughs)."
With the three-day function starting today, the couple is tying the knot on 27th Jan. Aashish says, “I am happy that somehow we took out time to get married as we have been postponing it since so many years. Since my earlier commitments are already fixed on 28th, I have to report on shoot for Vicky Bhatt’s Speed.Speed has me, Zayed Khan and Aftab Shivdasani. Maybe, we will go on our honeymoon soon after we both finish our earlier commitments.”
Like the busy actor husband Aashish, even Samita Bangargi has an earlier commitment to meet after their marriage. Samita discloses a little disheartened but with enthusiasm, "What to do? No honeymoon for the time being because of work. I have a fashion show and the time is running so fast with all the last minute chaos and formalities. Really I have no time to think about our honeymoon because we knew our commitments well in advance (laughs)."
While many will wonder as to how come stars don’t have time even for their honeymoon, the stars on the contrary are showing great professionalism towards their commitments. Life is after all not a bed of roses even for stars. When we ask of their disappointments, the couple glooming in full radiance concludes in unison, "No regrets! Life itself is a honeymoon after marriage (burst out laughing)."