So far Anurag Kashyap may have resisted the temptation to shoot his films in exotic locations across the globe and instead picked up real spots for most of his films. However, the change in his marital status is fast bringing around a massive difference to his personal life. For their long impending honeymoon, Kalki has declared her choice of exotic locations. They are Ladakh, Peru and Andaman Islands.
“Kalki is a romantic at heart and is totally enjoying the feel of being a newly wed bride despite having spent three years with Anurag as his live-in partner. Now that they are married, she wants good attention coming her way. She is having fun being a demanding wife and one such demand that she has put forth in front of Anurag is to take her somewhere far away from Mumbai”, informs a close friend of Kalki.
Though it has been a few weeks since their wedding, Kalki and Anurag haven’t been able to enjoy their honeymoon period due to their prior commitments. While Anurag was busy with production of Shaitan and his own directorial outing Gangs Of Wasseypur, Kalki was busy shooting for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, My Friend Pinto and Shaitan.
“Since marriage, I am seeing less of my husband than before”, says Kalki in mock irritant tone, “We both have been away shooting and hardly seeing each other. But it’s okay; we have a lot of lifetime together. We can always catch up on all that we are missing today.”
One such catching up involves making elaborate honeymoon plans.
“Trust me; I am really looking forward to our honeymoon. I have always wanted to visit Ladakh, Peru and the Andaman islands”, she says, “I have told Anurag about my choices. Ideally I would want to go to all these places but guess I have to leave something for coming years as well. Anurag knows that I am not overtly greedy but he better organise an outing soon before I start acting like a wife and throw those tantrums.”
Getting serious, she adds, “Jokes apart, I know how busy he has been. Even I am occupied shooting for Shanghai. I don’t think I will get a good break before I wrap up the film. In a way it is good that I complete everything and then go for a holiday. Otherwise work continues to linger in your mind if you leave it mid-way.”
Well Kalki, as long as you can resist the temptation of signing anything new that may just come in and prove to be a spanner in your plans all over again, the wait can well be worth it.