One such newlywed is artist Afza Tamkanat, who has recently got married and is eager to spread the cheer of love.
The initial days of a relationship, also known as the honeymoon period for a couple, are something else; new couples in the city spell out their V-day plans
Come February 14, and there’s a feeling of love in the air for couples in love, who shower each other with surprises and gifts. But the day stands equally meaningful for newlyweds as well as recently engaged couples.
One such newlywed is artist Afza Tamkanat, who has recently got married and is eager to spread the cheer of love. “My husband is in Australia, so I will not be celebrating the day together. For us, celebrating each other’s birthdays is more important than Valentine’s Day. Interestingly, our two-month anniversary is also coinciding with the day. So I will be sending him gifts for the same and soon, I will be shifting there to be with him,” she says.
According to hotelier Suryaveer Singh, celebrating V-Day this year would be a little different than his dating days with wife Yashasvi. “We have been married for just about a week. We are planning to go out for a dinner but will cut the clichés of roses and chocolates,” he states. For newly-engaged couple, Uday Bhargav, an entrepreneur, and Sabitha, it’s time for a reunion after months. Uday is planning to surprise Sabitha by visiting her place. “Sabitha stays in Vijayawada and has been asking me to meet her since a long time, but due to work I couldn’t make time. So tomorrow, I will be visiting her and I am also gifting her a pendant. I want to make her feel special before our marriage on March 4,” shares Uday. Sheetal Nahata too plans to make her partner feel special before D-Day. “Our marriage is in a few days. Initially, I was planning to cook a special spread for him but as there are so many guests around I have ditched the idea. Now, we will be going for dinner and a few gifts,” reveals Sheetal.