Bollywood actor Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover tied the knot on April 30, 2016. The couple has completed five years of marital bliss and they still leave no stone unturned in showing their ‘monkey love’. Over these five years, Bipasha and Karan have set immense couple goals by working out together, basking in the sun together, flaunting their mushy love and more. Now, during an exclusive interaction with DNA, Karan gave an insight into their world which is not shown on Instagram.
The Qubool Hai actor stated, “When two people get along, they get married and there’s a lot of love. But there’s a lot of daily stuff also. You don’t really want to see our daily chores on Instagram and other people’s daily stuff. I was telling her the other day that it would be very funny if I tell people that Bipasha Basu’s new friends are Lalu, the vegetable guy and Prakash from Kirana, those are the last dialled numbers on her phone. My last dialled numbers are always like a plumber, or an electrician or the carpenter. So these are things that happen and are a part of everyone’s life, we do make sure that we make time to soak in the sun, I call the sun my father because I am Karan, the Suryaputra.”
Calling themselves ‘ambassadors of love’, KSG further shared, “As much time I can spend in the sun is working and she loves it as well. So we try and make time for ourselves. We try and show all the love that we share. It’s important, I keep telling that, we are the ambassadors of love. All the people who are in love with their partners should be ambassadors of love promoting it. There’s so much fear that is always spread by everything and sadness. People should actively try and spread more love. There are pros and cons to it, some people feel bad, envious or jealous because whatever…”
Karan concluded by stating, “But when you see two people in love, you can see that they truly love each other, there will be some nice feeling in you that you probably, spread, connect or share with somebody else and that will grow there. So it’s important to do that. Yes, but it comes with all the daily stuff that we do.”