Ronit Roy, who became a household name after his performance in Ekta Kapoor’s Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Thi, is also looked upon for his fairytale-like love story with Neelam. After dating for more than three years, the duo got married in 2003 and is now in happy space with two beautiful kids. However, it isn’t always like it seems. In a conversation with ETimes, the actor stated that his marriage with Neelam isn’t something made in heaven and they had to work on it.
Ronit said, "The point here that needs to be understood is when two people come together especially like Neelam and me. It was not like a marriage made in heaven or it was not like we were handed over this on a platter. We had to work on our relationship because she is a very strong individual and she likes things and her home in a particular way. She is an amazing homemaker and hence she has very strong likes and dislikes. I respect that about her.”
“It is the quality from where her love, loyalty and diligence towards her family come from. So, I can't say that I want these and not want the rest. It's the two sides of the same coin and a coin only works when it has two sides. Otherwise, it becomes useless," he added.
The actor continued that just like everyone else, they are normal human beings too and tend to fight on petty issues. “We are human beings. Sometimes I might be upset because of my driver but I may come home and yell at my wife. My wife can be irritated with something that might have gone wrong in the house and she might yell at me. So, it's ok after all we are human beings sometimes we flare up we are not santh and mahatma's to not get angry. We are normal people and live a normal life.” (ALSO READ - Ronit Roy Says Money Is Drying Up, Hasn't EARNED Since January, ‘Selling Things To Support 100 Families I'm Responsible For’)
Well, we appreciate his honesty there!
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