Amrita getting married – quit films ~Watch Online~
Hello! Whatâ€™s happening? There are rumours that youâ€™re tying the knot?
Well, there is an astrologer who I really believe in; he has predicted almost everything about my life to the T. He very strongly believes that I will tie-the-knot before Diwali this year, in the next six months or so. According to him this is not only a good time; this is the only time for me to get married. It will be the most fantastic thing to happen to my life.
So you calling it quits in Bollywood?
Iâ€™ve had the opportunity to do a variety of roles very early in my career, and Iâ€™ve been lucky to have worked with the best directors and great banners. Post marriage coming back to films seems difficult. Thereâ€™s a time for everything in life and I want to whole-heartedly enjoy my married life.
Youâ€™re very young; maybe you couldâ€™ve waited a few years before taking the plunge?
I believe you should get married at a young age, itâ€™s easier to find a partner at this age. Besides, I would love to spend the best days of my youth with my man, instead of being by myself. I donâ€™t want to wait till the fag end of my 30â€™s when my youth has passed away. Work will happen, but you donâ€™t meet a great guy everyday, right?
This news will come as a shock to your directors and producers?
Fortunately I am completing my films in the next few months, so I am not going to deceive any director, or leave any producer in the lurch. I have enjoyed stardom, now its time for something new. So I am quickly wrapping my work commitments, so that I can make new ties.
So whoâ€™s the mystery man?
Well, I am still finding him. My astrologer has told me that I should look at many prospective men before I settle down with one. I have to go on this man hunt; I cannot marry the tenth man I meet. Heâ€™s clearly told me that my soul mate is lakhon mein ek. So to find â€˜the oneâ€™ I have to meet a whole lot of them, and I am sure somewhere down the line I will know who the right one is. Being an actress it makes my search even more difficult. I have always believed in marrying a simple man, not necessarily someone in the same profession as me. So I thought maybe the timesmatri service can be of great help, Iâ€™ve heard a lot of people seeking the right match using the matrimony services.
Why not a swayamvar?
Thatâ€™s like going back to the Ramayana era. I probably wonâ€™t have a typical, traditional swayamwar like Ram and Sita, where hundred men queue up to impress the lady and display his commendable feat only to be garlanded and wedded, but yes, I will talk and meet numerous prospective grooms before giving my willing nod for the shaadi.
Youâ€™ll be missed in tinselville for sure?
Yeah, I hope you guys miss me. I will miss you guys for sure!