Updated: July 21, 2016 4:04:07 pm
Yeh Hai Mohabbatein star Divyanka Tripathi got married to actor Vivek Dahiya in a royal ceremony in Bhopal on Saturday. Divyanka made for a gorgeous bride as Vivek came with band and baaja to wed her. The couple exchanged the vows in the presence of family and friends.
Social media was flooded with pictures of Divyanka dancing with her family and friends and while walking down the aisle. A reception will now take place in Vivek’s hometown Chandigarh. Before the wedding, Divyanka spoke to Times of India about how she was feeling. Here is a lowdown on the wedding and the happy bride.
‘I am the happiest bride’
Divyanka said during the interview, “I enjoyed all the rituals and danced the most. I am the happiest bride on earth.” “Earlier, I thought it would be better for an actress to marry a businessman or a person from other profession as it offers more stability. But then I realised that if I marry someone who doesn’t belong to the same industry , he wouldn’t understand my erratic schedules and also the norms of the glamour industry . You tend to relate to the other person better if you understand their professional needs,” she said in the interview.
On marrying Vivek
On a marriage vow
Divyanka has found the key to happy marriage: “I won’t sleep until I have resolved an issue with my husband. I can never lie to my partner. Even if the truth is harsh, I’ll break it to my partner, but won’t lie.”
This is what Divyanka’s family has adviced her, and she told ToI: “My sister advised that I should give enough respect to my husband’s family. My mother advised me that I should not keep complaining about my husband all the time as women tend to crib. My father told me to never let ego come in between our relationship.”
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