Vikram Bhatt reveals why he kept his marriage with Shwetambari Soni a secret: “what I have with her is not a crazy love affair”

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Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt secretly got married to his ladylove Shwetambari Soni last year. Interestingly, the two managed to keep their wedding news away from the media glare for the past year. Only recently, their wedding news started making the maximum noise on social media right when he shared an Instagram post, wishing her happy birthday. Now, the Raaz director revealed the details about his secret wedding as well as his relationship.

Talking to Mid-Day, Vikram Bhatt revealed that they were planning to have a grand wedding but the COVID-19 pandemic ruined the plans. “It was a private ceremony at my home, with her three sisters and my family in attendance. Even my friends couldn’t come. We had initially thought of having a [grand] wedding, but the pandemic [played spoilsport],” he said.

Bhatt revealed that he met the love of his life at an exhibition. Even though the exhibition didn’t work for them, their love did wonders. He said his wife is intelligent, frank and he likes that she doesn’t belong to the film world. Bhatt mentioned that he keeps bouncing off his ideas to her and she gives absolute honest feedback even if the story is crappy.

 

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Talking about his relationship, Vikram Bhatt said that the bond he had with Shweta is not a crazy love affair. He said, “There’s my daughter Krishna; Shweta has children, so I could not speak about it till they were okay with it. Now, they are. At 52, what I have with Shweta is not a crazy love affair, but a content, happy relationship.

Only yesterday, filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt said that he had warned him about his secretive marriage as he thought Vikram won’t be able to keep his marriage news away from the media scrutiny.

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