Actress Suhasini Mulay Got Married In 2011. Here’s Why Everyone Is Talking About It Now.
- JWB Post
- July 17, 2015
Indian actress, Suhasini Mulay, is making headlines everywhere for her marriage that she did in 2011 with a 65-year-old! At that time, Suhasini just entered her sixties. Whoa, this lady has given a tight slap on our society’s stereotypical face.
The news of her marriage is trending and media houses are taking her interviews. Found out, she met him via Facebook. Another stereotypical glass shatters.
Below are the quotes of Suhasini during the many interviews she has been giving since the news has floated on social media. These quotes clearly show the thoughts every woman in love undergoes:
“I was wary because I had met him online. He was from a completely different profession. For him, the Atom is the biggest concern. My knowledge of these things is as good as yours. I googled his name and found his resume interesting. His pictures on Facebook and on the TIFR site matched so I knew he was not a fake. We started chatting in July last year.”
“Atul (my husband) is a widower. He had been married for 36 years and his wife died about six years ago. He had written this article about how he discovered she had cancer. After the initial period of depression, rather than sitting and crying over it, he decided to make her as happy as he could. So, for the next 4-5 years they did everything they ever wanted to do. Learning this hooked me to him.”
“I had never thought of settling down. I had started believing I was always going to live alone. Marriage was the last thing on my agenda. I have never been married but had a very long live-in relationship that ended in 1990. I came to Mumbai in 2000 and have lived alone for 20 years.”
“My family was very surprised. When I rang up my sister, she asked me if I was drunk. After I told her everything, she said ‘Hang on, now I need a drink’. It was funny.”
“My aunt thought I was talking about getting married in one of my serials while my other sister thought that I was joking. My mother was in Mumbai and she met Atul and liked him. My family had never in their wildest dream thought I would get married.”
“There was much debate about the date because Atul was retiring on January 31 and we wanted to get married before that keeping in mind pension issues. However, he was to fly out the country and I had a shoot. Finally, we decided January 16 was the best possible date as it also happens to be his birthday. We got married at the Arya Samaj. We then met his relatives in Delhi and his ex-wife Pramila’s parents and relatives in Punjab.”