‘We don’t en­dorse live-in re­la­tion­ships’

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The con­cept of live-in did won­ders for their re­la­tion­ship, but ac­tors Soha Ali Khan and Ku­nal

Kemmu, who are mar­ried now, aren’t sure if it will work for ev­ery­one. “We don’t en­dorse live-in re­la­tion­ships, but it has worked won­der­fully well for the both of us be­fore we got mar­ried. I think peo­ple should fig­ure out what works best for them,” says Soha, speak­ing on be­half of her hus­band as well.

As for Ku­nal, liv­ing with Soha be­fore get­ting mar­ried helped him get to know her bet­ter, says the ac­tor. “Liv­ing with Soha helped me to know and un­der­stand my part­ner bet­ter, which even­tu­ally helped my mar­riage with her,” he says, adding, “Hav­ing said that ... you have to fig­ure out your way. There is no one per­fect recipe or for­mula for it.” The 32-year-old ac­tor says that liv­ing in a city like Mum­bai, where peo­ple are less judge­men­tal, is ben­e­fi­cial for live-in part­ners. “If one lives in a city like Mum­bai, it does ben­e­fit a lit­tle more be­cause peo­ple have broader views,” he says. Soha has said in pre­vi­ous in­ter­views that they were happy to be in a live-in and got mar­ried only to keep their par­ents happy.

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