Cel­e­bra­tions are in or­der: Minis­sha on mar­riage

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While ev­ery­one was busy fo­cussing on Shahid Kapoor and Mira Ra­jput’s wed­ding, ac­tor Minis­sha Lamba (above) de­cided to go for a sim­ple court mar­riage in Mum­bai with long time boyfriend, Ryan Tham, but she says cel­e­bra­tions are in or­der.

“I think I had reached a point in life when I had to set­tle down. I was some­one who al­ways planned on hav­ing a sim­ple, pri­vate cer­e­mony. That’s who I am as a per­son. But I do feel big cel­e­bra­tions are in or­der for ev­ery sin­gle per­son who has touched my life. That is def­i­nitely go­ing to hap­pen in some time,” says Minis­sha, who along with Ryan, hosted a small af­ter-party for close friends.

The 30-year-old ac­tor was in a re­la­tion­ship with Ryan, owner of a night­club, for two years. It did not take long for her to re­alise that Ryan is the one for her. “Two months into a re­la­tion­ship with him, I knew that he was the one,” she says. Minis­sha made her Bol­ly­wood de­but with Ya­haan (2005) and then went on to do films such as Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008), Shau­rya (2008) and Bheja Fry (2007). Although, cur­rently she is not sign­ing any projects, she says mar­riage will not be a hin­drance in her ca­reer. “Mar­riage does not mean that my life is over. I am sure I will be able to do great char­ac­ter roles in films. I don’t like to think that if I am mar­ried, work will not hap­pen. If work has to hap­pen it will,” she says. Talk­ing about her hus­band’s opin­ion re­gard­ing her ca­reer, she says, “He comes from a school of thought which says that he should sup­port me whether I am work­ing or not. I come from the school of thought which tells me to feel proud when I work; I am some­one who needs to work.”

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