Riteish Deshmukh, who often loves to share funny and exciting video recordings with his darling wife Genelia D’Souza, has shared a Reels video on his Insta handle in which he can be seen giving a peek into their relationship. The clip suggested that she monopolizes their discussions, whereas he cannot voice his opinion.
The video showcased the beautiful Genelia chattering away, with hubby’s mouth open all the way, just like he is yawning. “Can you stop yawning when I am talking to you?” she asked her hubby, in an irritating way. He responded, “I am not yawning, I am trying to say something.”
The caption that was given to the video can be read as, “Yawn sambandh with @geneliad.” After the video got shared on the social platform, the fans started showering their love in the form of comments and emojis.
A fan penned, “Just love to see you together.” Another one wrote. “Ghar me Daily Kaise Face Karte Honge Ye Moments (How do you face these situations at home every day) @riteishd,” accompanied by laughing emojis. “How cute u both,” a third user wrote.
Love bloomed between the two stars when they started working for their debut film, Tujhe Meri Kasam and the flick hit the theaters in the year 2003. After being in a loving kinship for over eight years, they got married on February 3, 2012. Now, they have two cute sons named Rahyl and Riaan.
On Valentine’s Day, Genelia posted a special and loving wish for hubby Riteish on her personal Insta handle. In her message, she penned, “I Love You @riteishd. I’ll celebrate you every single day because you are all mine to love, hug, irritate and grow old with. #happyvalentinesday.”
In the year 2020, during a media talk, Genelia mentioned that they enjoyed a lot with their sons, Rahyl and Riaan, during the lockdown period. She called it the most beautiful experience of her life. She said they live the lockdown to the fullest as they got time to be with their kiddos.
“We actually ‘lived’ through the lockdown. We were together, the kids were so thrilled to have him around. It was so restrictive, we went more to the village. We would go on long drives and Riteish would drive for 5-6 hours. We realized as a family that in spite of so much negativity, there was so much positivity that came about in these little moments,” she added.