Though her younger sister Nisha Aggarwal chose a family life marrying a businessman long back, the Mumbai beauty Kajal continued to grace the silver screen. While the rumours that her career graph is plummeting are right around the corner, social media is rife with news of her marriage. The name Kajal Aggarwal trended for a while with the several reports around the marriage of the ‘Chandamaama’ actress. Grapevine has it that the actress is all set to marry a rich Bombay-based businessman introduced by her parents. So it is going to be an arranged marriage!
Adding fuel to the rumours, the actress admitted that she would soon ring the wedding bells in the talk show Feet Up With The Stars Telugu, hosted by Lakshmi Manchu. She also revealed that her to-be husband should be possessive, caring and spiritual. Hinting that she is still single, the actress went on and wrote a long post which said ‘being single is not about a lack of options for love, but a choice’. Well, if the rumours are to be believed, Kajal would soon be a wifie and hope she finds all the qualities she dreamed of in her to-be.
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Witnessing this #symboloflove made me reflect upon this topic, taking this opportunity to share my thoughts : In a culture where we tend to place romantic love on a pedestal, we can easily overlook the dynamic ways to experience love. There’s the depth of close friendships, the sense of belonging in a community, the intensity of an artistic practice, a connection to our work, or any experience that provides companionship, support, self-discovery, and even the feelings of both elation and misery. But this isn’t the common narrative, so for many single people – me included – we can mistakenly think we’re not good enough, or feel incomplete without this one, specific type of love. After many years spent berating my own single status, I could see how carelessly narrow my own view of love had been and how short-sighted it is to view romantic love as a prerequisite to a happy life. For many, being single is not about a lack of options for love, but a choice – a choice to apply a broader definition to love, and see the value in all its forms. (Also, Your happiness depends wholly on you, share that joy and completeness with your partner instead of thrusting the responsibility solely upon them) #enjoyingthesymboloflove #withpeopleilove #myvillage ?