I want a fam­ily, don’t know if mar­riage is part of it: Bhumi

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Ac­tor Bhumi Ped­nekar (above) was flooded with mar­riage pro­pos­als right after she made her act­ing de­but with Dum Laga Ke Haisha (2015) where she played a newly-mar­ried woman. How­ever, the ac­tor turned them down. Ahead of her sec­ond film op­po­site Ayush­mann Khur­rana, when asked if she’s pre­pared for mar­riage Bhumi says that she is still un­sure about mar­riage but would love to have a fam­ily. “I have just started my jour­ney in the film in­dus­try. I am young. Of course, I would want a fam­ily in fu­ture, but I don’t know if mar­riage would be part of it,” says Bhumi.

So do her plans in­clude chilren? “Ya...in like 10 years. If you ask me to­day, there is noth­ing hap­pen­ing for the next 10 years,” laughs the ac­tor.

Talk­ing about be­ing paired with her first co-star, Ayush­mann, yet again, Bhumi says that their com­fort off­screen trans­lates into their chem­istry on-screen. “Work­ing with him is great, as we gel well. We have no in­hi­bi­tions. We joke around, and critique each oth­ers’ work. We help each other dur­ing shoots and ask for opin­ions. We are very com­fort­able with each other,” says the ac­tor.

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