Jas Karan Singh speaks about his better half Ridheema Tiwari on their wedding anniversary

Ridheema is beautiful: Jas Karan Singh

Jas Karan Singh and Ridheema Tiwari are a blissful couple, married and happy, basking in each other’s warmth and love. Together, they make for a stunningly good looking jodi and when they walk hand-in-hand, eyes exuding their deep connection, shutterbugs go clickety-click to capture their romance to frame for eternity. As they celebrate their wedding anniversary today (congratulations to them), IWMBuzz gets into a candid chat with Jas Karan to learn more about their relationship. Read on…

If you had to use just one word to describe your partner, what would it be? Sexy, beautiful or elegant?
– Beautiful

Given a chance, what would be the one thing you would change about your partner?
I fell in love with Ridheema for the way she exactly was, so why would I want to change anything about her, yes change is inevitable, and people do change over the years, whether it’s looks or habits. But once you are together, you evolve and adapt with the changes in the other person. That’s love for me!

Which body part you like the most about your partner?
Her eyes, undoubtedly, looking at them I started understanding what she truly means. The little innocent child that hides within, speaks to me through her eyes.

What was it about your partner that caught your attention when you met for the first time?
Her beautiful deep voice, her beauty and the vibrance of her positive aura, it was like the first time I saw her, I saw a woman who was shining from within, and didn’t need the spotlight.

Which song makes you think about your partner?
Kabhi khwab mein ya khayal mein
Kabhi zindgani ke dhar pe
Mai adhura sa ek geet hoon
Mujhe arth de to sawar ke
Kabhi khwab mein ya khayal mein
(DADDY-1989/Talat Aziz)
This is the most special song for us.

Who is more annoying between you two?
Lol! Well, we both love to be ‘at par’ with each other, now whether it is guiding each other, uplifting each other, loving each other…Or annoying each other, we do not miss a chance to be equal. We both love “balance”.

Who initiated the first kiss amongst you two?
ME ME ME phew it did take some guts, but I just knew deep within, it was the right thing.

Candle night dinner or stroll by the beach?
A walk in the lush green mountains, with some snowfall.

What do you call your partner by – (Baby, Honey, Sweetie, Cutie)?
Jaana.

Who says sorry first?
Hmm what do you think? The boss is always right isn’t it? Lol, jokes apart, over the years I and Ridheema have found a best friend in each other and understood the biggest culprit to spoil any relationship is ‘ego’, so we keep that miles away from ‘us’ and as I also said we love balance, we do not take time to say sorry when it’s a mistake.

Most likely to forget something important?
If it’s important we put it in our journal of the things-to-do list, so that seldom happens.

One ‘happy in love’ success mantra?
Expectations lead to disappointments and ego can ruin the best of relationships, A relationship should be like the two twin stars “Arundhati-Vashishta” which revolve around each other, not like anyone in the centre and the other revolving around it or vice-versa. Their destinies tied together like a synergistic dance where they keep in mind each one’s dreams, passions, likes, dislikes etc. That is “love”.

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