Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput make for one of the most beautiful couples of the B-town. They have been married for years now, yet they share the same amount of warmth and admiration. They have been giving us marital goals for almost four years now. And we can only see love growing fonder between the two. This sort of love encourages one and all to believe in love. They make for a happy family with their two kids Misha Kapoor and Zain Kapoor.
Now, in a throwback interview Shahid revealed how random people used to treat Mira. He had said, “It was very normal with Mira, and I am sure there were things that came along stardom that were difficult for her. Like for the first few times, I used to tell her that you should take security personnel with you. And she was like why, and after good five or six times, she was like Shahid, people are randomly walking up to me and touching me and all. I was like now, you know why.”
Further in his interview, Shahid Kapoor had highlighted the evil side of fame and stardom. He had explained, “When she took the security person with her, the next day the headline was ”Why Mira needs security personnel? She is no star?” But that comes with the profession I am in, and it’s a professional hazard. Our biggest concern is Misha as we want to give her a normal life and she will always be. I will always ask this question to myself that I have burdened her because of who I am.”
Shahid in a throwback interview revealed that the two have fights that last for about 15 days and it bothers him. According to him, “I usually get flustered when my wife and I have a fight. It bothers me, and I take time to get over it. It’s once in a couple of months but when we fight, it lasts for about fifteen days. You know it, the tension is there, and you finally have to talk it out.” He added that its always him who walks in to make up for the fight and talking things through.
He further shared the importance of fights in a relationship. and said,”It’s good to fight. It’s important to hold your own. It’s important to disagree and deal with each other’s differences and resolve the problem. Problems are going to happen, and you have to get past that.”