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Varun Badola on Sony Entertainment Television’s popular show, Mere Dad Ki Dulhan

Marriage sure comes with responsibilities, but it shouldn’t be the end of romance between a couple: Varun Badola

Sony Entertainment Television’s popular show, Mere Dad Ki Dulhan is winning the audience’s hearts with the romance between Amber Sharma (Varun Badola) and Guneet Sikka (Shweta Tiwari). The show brings forth the progressive thought that true love can be found at any age. Guneet and Amber’s love story blossomed, and the two finally got married. After joyous wedding celebrations, Amneet is in a happy space.

The audience will now witness the couple’s married life. The two, who always shared a chalk and cheese equation, transitioned to an understanding and much-in-love couple. After a series of twists in their love saga, Amneet stood by each other and decided to culminate their affair into marriage.

Speaking about Amneet’s love story transitioning into marriage, Varun Badola shares his thoughts, and says, “Their lives will be somewhat different now that they will share the same space. Marital life comes with big responsibilities. Your lifestyle may change because you’ve also got to look out for your better half. The way you think about yourself, in every step of the way you must think about your partner as well. It’s about building a future with your partner.”

He further added, “The first six months are a tad difficult for a newly-wed couple as they try to adjust with each other and adapt to each other’s habits. Marriage sure comes with responsibilities, but it shouldn’t be the end of romance between a couple. It’s also the most beautiful phase for a couple. The sentiment of new beginnings is priceless. Even though Guneet is marrying into Sharma family, Amber is just as much responsible in ensuring that she is well-taken care off. Amber is an understanding and loving partner and I am sure he will always keep Guneet happy.”

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