Does marriage change Valentine’s Day? Celebs answer

Valentine’s Day is only a few days away. While it’s exciting for unmarried couples, the married couple have their share of the fun on this day too. But does the celebration change after the marriage? Here’s what these celebs had to say about it.

Amit sarin

Valentine’s Day is special for many reasons. I met my wife on Valentine’s Day and my first child, my daughter Vaeda, was born on Valentine’s Day. Because of social media, I think Valentine’s Day has become more popular and a great marketing strategy. My idea of ​​romance is to be able to hold each other’s hand, walk together, travel together, eat together, pull on each other’s leg, and often say, “Me, even after 13 years of marriage love you”.

Amal Sehrawat:

Every day becomes Valentine’s Day after getting married. But I honestly believe that every occasion these days is a mix of celebration and marketing, and this day is no exception. Like many other people, I celebrate this day with my family. For me, romance quietly feels the feelings of the other, it has always been like that.

Vijayendra Kumeria

My wife and I were never crazy about that day, and it was the same before and after we got married. Every day is a day of love for us and we don’t believe in devoting just one day to love. I totally agree that this is a marketing strategy, especially due to social media where couples post cute, loving pictures, but all of a sudden you hear that they are no longer in a relationship. For me, romance simply means caring for and loving someone.

Sharad Malhotra

The idea of ​​romance shouldn’t be limited to just one day a year. Love should be celebrated all year round, every day of life and not just on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). People made this day very commercial in the form of Valentine treats, chocolates, balloons, etc., and emotions are barely felt on this day.

Mrunal Jain

After getting married, it becomes important to celebrate this day as you need to make sure that life does not get boring after marriage. You have to put in more effort to make it more special than you did before getting married. It is still considered to be one of those special days when people go to the market and shop for their loved ones. In fact, this day has become more relevant because of the social media. In my opinion, Valentine’s Day should always be between two people instead of showing it to the world. My idea of ​​romance with my partner would be to listen to her and hear what she has to say, spend more time with her, keep the phone off, and give her all of my time.

Chandni Soni

Before I got married, I never celebrated Valentine’s Day because I was studying and I was very focused, but after getting married I did. February 13th is my anniversary and February 14th is Valentine’s Day, so it will be something special and a double celebration for me. I always get two presents from my husband and I enjoy the day.

Micckie Dudaaney

There is not much difference for me before and after getting married on Valentine’s Day, because even before getting married I spent that day with the same girl and now she is my wife. Maybe the way we celebrate is different now. We used to party a lot, but now that we’re together every day, it’s a party for us. So we don’t have to celebrate Valentine’s Day, I know it sounds very clichéd, but that’s the truth.

Pallavi Rao

Every day is my valentine’s day. I love receiving gifts and if my husband gets something for me, it will be a special day. Before the wedding, the sound of Valentine’s Day was very exciting and I always wanted someone to give me something, it’s a completely different feeling. After marriage, you are mature, you are sedentary, you have some mental security, and your Valentine’s Days will be very safe. It’s a very mature Valentine’s Day but after saying I don’t mind losing my hair on the beach and let it relax.

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