Tell me a more adored Bollywood couple than Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra, I’ll wait. From having their fairytale permanent booking to living their dream life post-marriage, Sid and Kiara are a cult fave for a reason. Even after months of their grand shaadi, people can’t stop obsessing over even the smallest details about the couple, and rightly so. Well, the Shershaah actress just spilled some beans about her kitchen secrets with her dearest hubby, and we bet you can’t miss it.
Kiara Advani recently appeared on NDTV’s show Jai Jawan, where a soldier asked Kiara about the first thing she cooked in her rasoi post-marriage. To this, the actress candidly replied, “Kuch nahi banaya aab tak. Pani garam kara hoga (I haven’t made anything yet. Must have just boiled water).”
She went ahead and shed some light on her husband, Sidharth Malhotra’s culinary skills and said that he’s an amazing cook. She shared, “I am lucky kyunki mera joh pati hai he loves to cook. Toh zyaadaatar woh kuch bana lete hai khud ke liye aur main kha leti hu (I am lucky because my husband loves to cook. Mostly, he makes a dish and I take some of that.).” Revealing Sid’s special dish, Kiara said, “He makes really nice bread. It’s difficult to make bread but he makes great bread!” Aww, isn’t that the sweetest thing?
When Kiara Spoke About Her Married Life!
Amidst the promotions of her movie, Satyaprem Ki Katha, Kiara appeared on a chat show a couple of months ago and opened up about her take on love marriages. She said, “Abhi Abhi meri shaadi hui hai. Yeh ek love marriage tha. So naturally, main toh believe karti hoon.” Spilling some tea on her newly married life, the Kabir Singh actress said, “Ghar do logon se banta hain. And main bohot khush kismat hoon ki jo mere saathi hain, the man I’ve chosen to live my life with… Mera jo pati hain, he is my best friend. Mere liye he is everything. He is my home. Wherever we are, chaahein kahin bhi ho, mere liye wahi mera ghar hai.”
*BRB* going to manifest a Sidharth Malhotra in my life!
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