TV actress and Ex-Bigg Boss contestant Nehha Pendse tied the knot with boyfriend Shardul Singh Bayas in Pune on January 5. Pictures from their wedding made their way to the Internet and we couldn’t stop looking at the newlyweds who spell out happiness. SpotboyE was the first one to bring to you the actress’s interview soon after she walked down the aisle. Looking like a true blue happiest bride, Nehha Pendse revealed to SpotboyE how she and Shradul met and when she realized that he’s the one for her. Not many know that it is Shradul’s 3rd marriage. He’s already parenting two kids from his previous marriage.
Now, during a recent interview with Times Of India, Nehha was questioned about his past. When she was asked about her husband’s previous failed marriages, she said, “What’s the big deal about this? Today, many of us are getting married late because of various reasons, including the focus on career. A lot of people end up having more than one relationship before finally tying the knot. The commitment, love and physical proximity could be the same as it is in a marriage, the only difference is that there is no legal stamp over it. So, why are people talking about Shardul being a divorcee? It’s not that I am a virgin either.” (ALSO READ: Nehha Pendse And Shardul Sing Bayas Wedding Reception Is A Lavish Affair With All The Grandeur)
She went on to say that she appreciates the fact that, “he took chances with women he was in love with, unlike in my case where the men disappeared just when the relationship could have culminated into marriage. At least, Shardul is not commitment-phobic. I salute him for his undying faith in the institution of marriage, it is easy to not believe in it after two failed marriages. That shows that he is a man of substance unlike those who fear the idea of getting married. I also feel that if a marriage is not working out, one should end it rather than drag on.”
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