Bigg Boss 14 winner Rubina Dilaik has been the talk of tinsel town for all the right reasons. Be it her gorgeous photos surfacing online or featuring in music videos, the Shakti actress has been making waves lately. To note, Rubina is also known for making some candid confessions. In a recent interview with Etimes, the talented actress talked about her dreamy white wedding with husband Abhinav Shukla. Rubina also spoke about embracing parenthood.
Talking to the web portal, when quizzed if her wedding with Abhinav is happening, the Choti Bahu actress said, “Yes, absolutely we will have it. We had in fact thought of having it by July end but we don’t think it can happen looking at the situation. Also, till the time we both don’t get our vaccinations, we don’t think we will be able to move out of the country and do it. I’ve always dreamt of having a white wedding near a sea shore and I don’t know how it would be. Let’s see when it will be possible for us.”
Further, speaking about starting a family, Rubina said that the couple doesn’t have pressures from their families. She was quoted, as saying, “No, right now we are not thinking of starting a family. Right now we want to think about both of us first. We have always believed in this idea of enjoying every phase, enjoying to the fullest. We don’t want to rush into anything. Even that time will come where our relationship will grow into parenthood. Right now it is the time to know ourselves better, grow with each other.”
Rubina also mentioned that parenthood is a great responsibility and until and unless one does not know each other well enough, they should not do it. Bringing a child into this world, in your life is a great responsibility and it has to be very well understood by both the parents.
“Luckily, we don’t have pressures from our families, we are not rushing that it is the right age and we should do it, no there isn’t. We would rather want to have and cherish a life coming into our existence and bring it up with all our mindfulness and intention. And for that we need to spend more time with each other and know each other so well that when the time comes we are not bogged down, we rather enjoy and cherish it,” she concluded.