‘I still re­fer to my hubby as my boyfriend’

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Medha Shri Dahiya ■ medha. dahiya@ hin­dus­tan­times. com

Ac­tor Say­ali Bha­gat (right), who got mar­ried to Delhi-based busi­ness hon­cho Navneet Pratap Singh in De­cem­ber 2013, is thor­oughly en­joy­ing the phase.

“It has been less than two years, and I am re­ally en­joy­ing be­ing mar­ried,” she says, ex­plain­ing, “We have had an ar­ranged mar­riage, so we are still dis­cov­er­ing each other, and still dis­cov­er­ing those lit­tle things about each other along the jour­ney.”

And that is what keeps the ex­cite­ment and fresh­ness alive in the re­la­tion­ship. “I call him my boyfriend... It’s so in­ter­est­ing to dis­cover these new things. From our busy

We’ve had an ar­ranged mar­riage. So,we are still dis­cov­er­ing each other along the jour­ney

Say­ali Bha­gat, ac­tor

sched­ules we try and find time for each other. There is still a lit­tle mys­tery and that’s lovely. Also, be­cause we stay un­der the same roof, we don’t have to wait for the next date to re­solve our fights,” says the for­mer beauty queen, who is now us­ing her ex­per­tise to im­part life-skills to peo­ple of all age groups.

“Af­ter I moved to Delhi, I started giv­ing lec­tures on groom­ing and help­ing peo­ple achieve their full po­ten­tial. Now, I have de­cided to start my own fin­ish­ing school where peo­ple of all age groups will get holis­tic life-skills, ca­reer guid­ance, et cetera. We’ll help women deal with sab­bat­i­cals, help col­lege stu­dents face in­ter­views, so we have a very holis­tic ap­proach,” she says.

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