MUMBAI: Filmmaker Danish Aslam got married to Shruti Seth on October 10, 2010. Danish shares many details of his and her stories. From meeting up to getting married he expresses all of the details.
It was on 10-10-10 (October 10, 2010) that filmmaker Danish Aslam and actress Shruti Seth got married. While he has films like Break Ke Baad, Shruti is known for portraying Jiya in Shararat on the small screen. Together, they make a couple that can make anyone fall in love with love!
Danish, in a recent post on India Love Project's Instagram page, opened up about his love story with Shruti like never before. From the first time they met to how they got married to their life together, Danish talked about it all.
The director revealed that they first met on a shoot. Within nine days and 50 texts a day later, they started dating on October 9, 2005. "I know this because exactly 5 years and a day later, we got married on the extremely cheesy date of 10-10-10. Which gives neither of us any excuse to ever forget an anniversary!" mentions Danish. The director shared that according to her (Shruti) it was on the set of Fanaa that they first talked. A sweet incident involving a mic in his back pocket led to texting each other within a day.
Danish is a Muslim by birth and an atheist by choice. While on the other hand, Shruti is a Hindu by birth and a spiritualist by evolution. "These were the two most singularly unimportant facts about each other when we fell in love," he said.
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Expressing about their respective religions, Danish shared that they ended up marrying not once, but four times. He quotes, "Although religion did rear its ugly, inconsequential head briefly (parental approval wasn’t immediately forthcoming) it was quickly resolved. Our wedding was on the beach, involved dancing down the aisle, an exchange of vows, just our closest friends, and a 3-day party. This, of course, was preceded by a court wedding in BKC under the SMA (an experience designed to make you reconsider love, marriage, and the very act of living) and followed by parental receptions for “people who need to be invited”.
So, we’ve been married four times over and if we’re still together, then this is obviously for keeps."
He further mentioned about his daughter, who he shared, worships Mother Earth and "gets equally excited about Ganpati as she does about Eid and Christmas–mainly because of the desserts though."
In the end, Danish said, "Her name has both of ours at the end. And now, she is our religion."
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