Tamannaah Bhatia and Vijay Varma are reportedly considering tying the knot soon. The duo made their relationship official earlier this year.
Bollywood couple Tamannaah Bhatia and Vijay Varma are not shying away from expressing their love for each other anymore. Tamannaah and Vijay went public with their romance during the release of their anthology Lust Stories 2 earlier this year. Now, it seems the duo is all set to take their relationship to the next level as they are reportedly planning to get married soon.
According to a report in a portal, Telugu Cinema, Tamannaah and Vijay are “seriously considering tying the knot.” The report further states that Tamannaah is “under pressure” from her parents to get married. It also claims that the actress has not signed any new movie after appearing in Bhola Shankar and the Kaavaalaa song in Rajinikanth starrer Jailer.
In June this year, Tamannaah Bhatia had opened up about her thoughts on marriage. The actress had said that marriage was “a big responsibility” and one should dive into it only if they know they are ready for it.
Speaking with India Today, Tamannaah Bhatia, 33, confessed that when she began her career 18 years ago, she thought that she would last in the industry for merely eight to 10 years. She envisioned herself being married and having two children by the age of 30, however, life panned out differently.
“When I started working years back it was like an actress’ career span was only for 8-10 years. So I did the math and was like by the age of 30 I would have finished working, married, and would have two kids. I had not planned post-30. So, when I actually became 30 years old, I realised that I am just born, it was like a purna janam, I felt like a brand new baby,” she said.
Talking about marriage, Tamannaah said, “I feel you should get married when you want to get married. Marriage is a big responsibility. It’s not a party. It takes a lot of work, and so is having a plant, having a dog, or having kids. So when you are ready for a responsibility like that which is important then you do it. Not because time or sab kar rahe hain toh karlo.”