Bumble India companions with actors Bani J and Sayani Gupta as they share their views on love, romance, and its portrayal in Bollywood.
Bumble, the women-first courting and social networking app, has partnered with the favored actor, mannequin, and former MTV India presenter, Bani J together with widespread actor Sayani Gupta to debate popular culture’s affect on romance, the expectation of affection and ‘happily ever after’. In Bumble’s thrilling content material sequence, they talk about all issues love, Bollywood romance and extra.
Bani J strongly feels that the love tales depicted in films are incomplete and in actuality, love tales is likely to be even higher and healthful. When requested about her thought of happily-ever-after, Bani J says, “The way I’m living my life right now is my happily ever after. I have people that I care about and who care about me, and we can express that love and appreciation for each other. I can travel, spend time with people that I really want to, create projects that I care about and be a part of projects that really fulfil me creatively, which I think is the best thing in the world. I also get to train whenever I want.”
Bani retains it actual even when on the lookout for love on-line. When requested about what her Bumble bio would learn, she says, “If you’re reading then that’s a good sign. Because at least you’re not looking at the pictures, you’re actually reading this.”
Sayani Gupta believes that one may meet a number of individuals in a lifetime who appear proper, “especially in today’s day and age, depending on where you are in your life.” Talking about her thought of ‘happily ever after’, Sayani stated, “I’m quite the romantic and I would love to believe that there’s someone I could live happily ever after with. It’s not like I’m waiting for the one but maybe someday I’ll find someone. My idea of ‘happily ever after’ is that it has to be a partnership, and that doesn’t come without quarrels or differences or disagreements. Rather, you figure things out and there’s enough love and humour in the relationship to take it forward.”
Excited about her affiliation with Bumble, Bani mentions, “I absolutely love what Bumble does. I love the fact that it’s all about women encouraging women to make the first move as we see fit according to our timeline, as opposed to somebody else’s timeline.” Sayani shares, “When last time they (Bumble) were doing the series and my friends went on it, I was like, “Oh this would be really cool, why am I not on it?’ This year when they called me, I was very excited.”