They say you don’t get to decide on your loved ones however you may select your mates and Jennifer Winget couldn’t be happier in regards to the selections she’s made in that facet. She says she has been “blessed with the best” and her buddies are at least household, for her. “This Friendship Day, I want to thank my closest and oldest friends who’ve been with me since kindergarten,” she says.
Her childhood besties are Rubina Sayed and Supriya Karkera, “Fondly called, Ruby and Sue, by me but we were known as the Amar, Akbar, Anthony in our younger days. We’ve stuck with each other since school and I am so proud to see how our bond has only grown stronger all these years and whatever life threw at us. We’ve seen each other through a series of heartbreaks, hangovers, dazed and drunken nights, crazy partying and some really interesting escapades disguised as vacations. We’ve also had our own share of fights in between,” she shares, including, “My friends are my lifelines! The three of us have been friends for more than 25 years and that kind of friendship in today’s time is not only rare but priceless! We have respect, trust and understanding built over the years and each of us has the other’s back. This friendship is for life!”
Talking about her good friend Ruby, who’s “most sensitive” of the trio, the actor says she enjoys that Ruby is possessive of her however can be “the heart” of the group. On the opposite hand, Winget calls Sue the “practical one and the armour” of the group. She explains, “They’ve stuck by me through dark days and rough patches and I will forever be grateful for that. They’ve simply been there- time and distance had nothing on us. Sometimes even without having to say too much, they would know it all. I think, the three of balance each other’s strengths and weaknesses. It is just impossible to imagine my life without them.”
Winget admits that although her buddies are vital of her work, usually they don’t talk about her skilled life. As they’ve been her buddies since earlier than she turned well-known, Winget says, they don’t care about her fame. Ask her how is she as a good friend and she or he replies, “I can’t say! But if our friendship has lasted this long, I ought to have done somethings right and must definitely good at being a friend. The love and sense of belonging that Ru and Su reciprocate has got to be testament to that. From friends to family, it can’t get any better than this!”