Marriage Quotes by Sonam Kapoor that will affirm your trust in the institution

Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja dated for two years and then tied the knot in May 2018.  They went for a fairy-tale wedding and the actress set many couple goals for the younglings out there.  Post marriage she has become quite open and has been talking about her marriage very openly.  Her candid take on marriage is making many people believe in the institution of marriage.  Today we are going to see some fantastic quotes by Sonam Kapoor about marriage and her relationship with her husband.

Candid quotes by Sonam Kapoor

After marriage, my husband is my cheerleader and as a support he added my name in his middle name and has become Anand Sonam Ahuja.

There comes a point where you have to kind of understand that it's not you alone. Recently, I said no to something because I wanted to spend some time with him, and he said no to something because he wanted to spend time with me. He has to keep flying in to see me all the time. So once in a while I do need to take that stand and be like, ‘It's okay to sacrifice this project so that I can be with him and he can concentrate on his work,' because he makes a lot of sacrifices for me, much more than he should.

Sometimes, people believe that when they have similar interests, they can be together. No one would think of Anand and me together because Anand is totally different. He had no idea that Anil Kapoor was my father. I ended up speaking to Anand the whole evening. Anand was trying to get me to talk to his friend…like being the middle man. But we ended up talking more.

If you can give respect to your father, you can give that same respect to your husband. It’s a cyclical thing which needs to break somewhere. I want to be a part of Anand’s family and he is a part of my family as well. It’s a complicated discussion but this is my choice. Somebody judging me for my choice is not what feminism stands for.

I believe Anand (Ahuja) was made exactly and perfectly for me. I've never met anyone, who travels as much as he does and who works as hard as he does and yet has fun while at it. He takes his work seriously but doesn't take himself seriously, which is nice.

by Neetu Panwar | Fri, Aug 23 - 05:17 PM

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