May 29, 2016 11:12:25 am
Present at “The Kapil Sharma Show” on Saturday (May 29), Karan and Bipasha were asked if they would act in a film together after marriage. Bipasha said, “If we like something; we are two different individuals. Definitely we want to work with each other. But both have to like it.”
Reportedly actors add clauses in their contracts as no kissing, no lovemaking scenes, no bikini scenes in their contract after marriage. When asked if they also have such clauses, Bipasha said, “No, we don’t have any such clause. But we’ll think about it. You have given a good point… (To Karan) Nothing for you.”
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Karan said, “We haven’t written anything like that.”
About how life has changed after marriage, Bipasha said, “Everything about us is still pretty much the same. We’re the same people, we love each other the same way. Everyday a little more. Now on Instagram I write my name as Bipasha Basu Singh Grover.”
Asked if they knew each other’s pluses and minuses already, Karan said, “If in 28 days you come to know the minus points then it’s not a good thing.”
Bipasha and Karan had got married on 30 April and went to Maldives for their honeymoon. “It was extremely hot… We have roamed around a lot, but the typical honeymoon was short. But we might go for a longer honeymoon,” Bipasha said.
Bipasha also said, “Karan sings really well and writes songs as well since the beginning. I feel good about it. At the wedding, he sang three of my favourite songs and performed with the band. That was the best surprise for me ever. My sisters started crying when he started singing. It was quite romantic.”
On a lighter note, when Bipasha asked Karan who was the boss? Karan said, “You’re the boss, boss. I have a boss now.”
The couple had worked together in the film “Alone” early last year.
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