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Lessons from Bollywood: How to make your marriage fun

May 13, 2019 09:34 IST

The Internet is full of articles telling you how to add fun in your marriage. But Hindi movies would love to have the last word on it.

From romantic to risky to ridiculous, here are Sukanya Verma's lessons from Bollywood on how to spice up your shaadi.

 

Ki & Ka

Serve her your signature omelette daily for breakfast. As a wise man once said -- Sunday ho ya Monday, roz khao ande!

 

Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi

Take care of your left feet. Learn to dance, turn on the charm, set aside the bore, be the dude she wants you to be and waltz away to winning post.

 

Ajnabee

Go on double dates with other married couples. Test your aptitude for open marriages, but come to your sanskari senses just in time.

 

Darr

Wake up in the wee hours of morning while the guard is still asleep. Pluck free roses from the hotel garden and shower her in pretty petals.

 

Dil Dhadakne Do

Take her and your entire family, friends and dog on a luxurious Mediterranean cruise to celebrate your milestone anniversary. You could be drowning in debut but NEVER grumble about the expenses.

 

Jeet

Call the significant other at least fifty times a day.

 

Judaai

Pester your husband to marry a rich girl in exchange of all her wealth. Somehow end up having both -- money and honey.

 

Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi

Nothing says brownie points like gifts. A wife can never have too much jewellery in her collection.

 

Dil

Do up the home. Nothing renews the vibe of your nest like brand new decor.

  

Saathiya

Sign up for adventurous activities to make sure you share more than tea and toast in common.

 

Pad Man

The couple that does laundry together stays together.

 

Sangam

Remind him how lucky he is to married to a hottie by changing into one sexy costume after another.

 

Tiger Zinda Hai

Let the snow be your canvas. Hey if Bhai can do it, so will you.

 

Tumhari Sulu

Sneak in some 'us' time between 'Pappu ka homework' and 'Boss ka tension.'

SUKANYA VERMA
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