By Our Correspondent | Opening Doorz Editorial | December 04, 2018

Marriages are made in heaven, but the meeting takes place here on earth. Some meet in offices, some bump into each other on the streets, others meet on an online dating site, while still others go through the grind of meeting prospective life partners through family and friends duly categorised as ‘proposals’.

Then there are others who meet on a film set, and like a film their life blossoms on… with the ups and downs… but they stay committed through thick and thin.

Ok, let’s rework the intro: Anoushka Sharma and Virat Kohli tied the knot earlier this year causing a media furore in India. This was followed with two back-to-back Bollywood shaadis: Ranveer Singh with Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra with Nick Jonas. There is definitely love in the air when one sees the barrage of images flooding the internet. But the ones saying Tujhe Meri Kasam are Genelia and Riteish Deshmukh. Fifteen years after knowing each other and six years after marriage and two kids (Riaan and Rahyl), later, the couple still exude that same expression that we have seen in the images of the above mentioned recently-married couples. ‘Love Struck’!

Those who have been married for six years and more know that it takes immense effort to keep the spark alive once the ‘honeymoon period is over’. Genelia and Riteish both share a sizzling on-screen chemistry as they come together yet again, after a gap of four years, for Surf Laavun Dhuvun Taak, a song from Riteish’s upcoming Marathi film, Mauli. Coming from a couple married and knowing each other for so long, it does warm ones heart when one sees the two having a blast.

Check out the song:

masti song, Genelia dances, pouts, and takes Riteish on a round, moving to the catchy Ajay-Atul beat. Surf Laavun Dhuvun Taak is an out-and-out dance song based on the Holi theme which is sure to replace the other chart-busters. Mauli directed by Aditya Sarpotdar and costarring Saiyami Kher, releases on December 14.

Coming to the song which was released a few days ago, it’s interesting to note that Riteish and Genelia have done a Holi song four years ago as well—for Riteish’s debut Marathi film Lai Bhaari.  Riteish has proved, time and again, that he does have a funny bone, and it is this endearing acting side of his that makes the song even more appealing. Of course, it couldn’t have happened without Genelia, the spark that lights up his life.

We believe the two constantly keep saying, “Tujhe Meri Kasam.”

How else can you explain this Lai Bhaari jodi and their sizzling chemistry?

Also Read: Finding Miss Genelia!





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