Straight from soha’s heart

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Happily ever after is not a fairy tale. It’s a choice,” said Fawn Weaver. And after a five-year long relationship, Soha Ali

Khan and Kunal Kemmu have finally decided to tie the knot. It was during their recent European holiday that Kunal proposed to his ladylove. She also took to a micro blogging site to share her happiness, “It gives me great happiness to share with you all that Kunal proposed to me in Paris with the most perfect ring in the world and I said yes.” The actress swears that the secret to her happy relationship is the strong bond of friendship between the two. he also loves the fact that even after all these years, Kunal pens down many a love tune for her. Filmfare gets you delightful details of Soha’s romantic journey, straight from her heart…

Were you expecting a big Paris proposal?

Not at all. Like I said earlier, if I was expecting a proposal,I would’ve at least manicured my hands! I was completely surprised.

What was your first reaction?

I’ll be brief because it was a private and beautiful moment and we’d like to keep it that way. But there were tears. I won’t tell you who cried though. But a famous polish proverb says, a woman cries before the wedding and a man after. It was perfect and I’m overjoyed.

What’s your dream wedding like?

Honestly, I’m not one of those women who have dreamt of a wedding since they were little. A marriage is so much more important than a wedding.

How did he propose? Did he go down on his knees?

All I can say is that it was perfect and in a manner very true to his nature.

What’s your definition of love?

My idea of love has changed. For me, love is about letting someone be and loving them unconditionally. Often in love you want to possess or own them. But I don’t believe that is love.

What are the kind of changes Kunal has brought about in you?

He has made me a more expressive person. Earlier, I used to believe that certain things need not be said or that some unsaid code of sophistication precluded you from stating certain things. Now I am less complicated. I’ve become a better communicator.