Actor couple Debina Bonnerjee and Gurmeet Choudhary left their enthusiasts in a state of misunderstanding in addition to awe once they not too long ago posted footage of them getting married in a conventional Bengali atmosphere. “It was once only a reel marriage ceremony for our quick movie, however we nearly more or less did it (rituals) once more,” clarifies Bonnerjee, who were given married to Choudhary in a low-key temple rite 10 years in the past.
Elaborating additional, she says, “Our director (Ram Kamal Mukherjee of Subho Bijoya) could also be a bengali, and he knew all of the nitty-gritty of a Bengali marriage ceremony. The whole thing was once organized from Kolkata, the outfit which Gurmeet was once dressed in was once a different groom’s apparel which got here from Kolkata. It didn’t really feel like we had been capturing.”
Bonnerjee fell in love with Choudhary whilst running at the mythological display, Ramayan, following which they were given married in 2011. And he or she exclaims that obtaining married once more on display screen introduced many recollections again.
“At the moment, we each had been so mesmerised. The entire night we simply saved speaking and simply clicking movies and images. Actually, I’ve even saved the bride’s apparel from the shoot with me,” she says.
Ask her if it nudged her to resume the marriage vows, this time with a Bengali rite, and she or he quips, “No, abhi toh reel hello theek hai, abhi we don’t plan to do anything else like that, and it’s also no longer a sensible resolution to carry a marriage throughout the continued pandemic.”
Opening up about reuniting with Choudhary for the quick movie, “It was once this type of other revel in from what took place 11 years in the past. We had been immature, used to stay guffawing and combating. Whilst running this time, I realised that we’ve got matured as an actor. There was once no reason to weigh down the opposite actor together with your performing, and we had been giving each and every different area to ship, that was once the most efficient section.”