There is nothing better than falling in love with your best friend and when you are in love you find a thousand reasons to stay in love! No matter how hard the situation gets and how rough the day end, one look at the person you love and all of your worries ends in just one glance. This type of love is hard to find but the television couple, Asha Negi and Rithvik Dhanjani have found their love in each other.
The couple met each other and worked together on their debut show, Pavitra Rishta, however, they did not find their love at the very first sight. In fact, Asha Negi thought Rithvik to be some kind of a snob in their initial meetings, and it was much later that she got to know that he is actually a gem of a person. Rithvik once labeled his love story as exceptionally crazy and a bit filmy.
After more than five years of togetherness, Asha and Rithvik still is the best couple out there and rules the hearts of the fans who are desperate to see both of them getting married soon. Recently in an interview, Asha talked about her marriage plans and said, “I am in a very happy place. We are not in a hurry to get married. We are very happy in each other’s company. Everybody will get to know when it has to happen. We won’t do it in hiding. Jab Pyaar itne khule aam Kia hai toh Shadi kyu chupke karenge. A lot of people say that you guys are so open about it and I am like, yes, what is there to hide? We are in love, we are not doing anything wrong.”
In the same conversation, Asha also said that over the years she has learned how to not associate her happiness on success and failures. She said, “I think I have really worked on myself and what I have realized is that success and failures are so temporary that you should never let your happiness depend on that. I am telling this from my experience because before I took this break, there were two of my projects that did not work and I felt so so bad at that time which affected my self-confidence a lot. After that, I told myself that I will take up something where I will be creatively satisfied. Whether it does well or not is secondary, at least I will be satisfied. These years taught me a lot, hence I was very happy after doing Baarish, irrespective of its fate because I was creatively satisfied with the work.”