R Madhavan has stolen our heart multiple times through his powerful acting skills. While he has stolen our hearts, his wife stole his 22 years back.
After dating for 8 years, this beautiful couple married. In the times, when marriage and relationships are so volatile, this couple has stood strong for 22 years.
R Madhavan & Sarita’s Love Story Of 3 Decades: 22 Years of Marriage & 8 Yeas Of Dating
After earning his degree in electronics, Madhavan started conducting communication and public speaking classes all over India. It was during one of these classes that he met Sarita. She was an aspiring air hostess, and in 1991, she had attended his personality development classes in Maharashtra. She had eventually cleared her interview and to thank Madhavan, she had taken him out for dinner.
Talking about the same in an old interview with The Times Of India, Madhavan said: “I was teaching a personality development class in Kolhapur when I met Sarita. She was aspiring for a job in an airliner and attended my classes. When she finally bagged the cat, she thought it was in part, due to my classes and took me to a ‘thank you’ dinner. That’s how it started.”
R Madhavan and Sarita Birje had enjoyed each other’s company, and that was the start of their love story. After eight years of dating, R Madhavan and Sarita tied the knot in 1999.
“People Are Quitting So Easily”: R Madhavan’s Take On Today’s Marriage & Relationships
In one of an interview, R Madhavan recently shared his thoughts on the changes that he has seen in recent times in terms of marriage and relationships.“I think people are quitting so easily. Priority ki vaat lag gaya hai (nobody cares about priorities). Also, there are so many distractions and pressures, especially put by the corporates and trends. That makes you feel inadequate. It’s undue pressure. I think it’s important to recognise what is important. In the end, it all cuts down to a simple life, with a companion. I think if we look at the relationship shared by most of our parents, we will know it’s not so complicated.”
Do let us know what you think about R Madhavan’s take on marriages and relationships? Do you also think that people are quitting easily?