Updated: November 6, 2017 4:16:03 pm
Keeping in mind the busy schedules of actors, it could get difficult for them to keep their relationships going. But it seems the world of television is strongly instituted when it comes to the emotion of love. Be it Sargun Mehta and Ravi Dubey or their close friends, Rithvik Dhanjani and Asha Negi, they are among those TV couples who have kept their old school romance going. These couples have often made us believe how beautiful the bond can become if you are friends before anything else.
Today, Asha, who has been dating Rithvik for quite sometime now, opened up on her Instagram profile and poured her heart out for Rithvik, who celebrated his birthday on November 5. The actor, who shared screen with Rithvik in daily soap Pavitra Rishta, thanked him for keeping the relationship strong and listed out things she wants to learn from him.
“It’s hard to put into words what I feel for you, but I can only say that you are the most important human being in my life! Thankyou for making my life so beautiful.. though Iam not very expressive when it comes to us and the first one when it comes to taking digs at you but right now I only want to say that baby you are one of the nicest, most talented, caring and hardworking person I’ve met, because you work at our relationship with as much care and focus as you do while hosting on the stage or maybe more🤔 because you make me laugh everyday and get my stupid jokes too😋because you tell me Iam beautiful every single day☺️ because you are such a good son and brother and friend😘 because you never give up on our relationship no matter what! You always see the best in me and that is something I need to learn from you.. Thankyou baby for holding me when I fall, looking at me the way you do, putting up with my shit and mainly for being my partner♥️ I love you maddoooo!,” Asha wrote.
The two were seen at the Indian Television Awards which was held last night in Mumbai.
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