My hus­band and I are dif­fer­ent: Ridhi

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Anjuri Nayar Singh anjuri.nayar@htlive.com

Tele­vi­sion ac­tor Ridhi Do­gra (far right), who is mar­ried to ac­tor Raqesh Vashisth (right), says that it’s great to be mar­ried with some­one from the in­dus­try. “The ad­van­tages of be­ing mar­ried to an ac­tor are plenty. Firstly, you un­der­stand each other’s work. It’s easy to un­der­stand the ups and downs of each other’s pro­fes­sions. In fact, you can even help each other in tak­ing im­por­tant de­ci­sions,” says Rid­dhi, who met Raqesh on the sets of their show Maryada— Lekin Kab Tak (2010) and got mar­ried in May 2011.

She re­veals that though they are in the same pro­fes­sion, she and her hus­band are dif­fer­ent in­di­vid­u­als. “I think we’re dif­fer­ent as we made sure to not be­come mir­ror im­ages of each other. We’ve our own minds and have dif­fer­ent opin­ions,” she says.

As far as her ca­reer goes, Ridhi, who has been part of shows such as Laagi Tu­jhse La­gan, says, “I want to do char­ac­ters that scare me and are dif­fi­cult for me to play,” says Ridhi.

Ad­van­tages of be­ing mar­ried to an ac­tor are plenty. We un­der­stand each other’s work and ups and downs as well RIDHI DO­GRA, AC­TOR

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