Rani Mukerji reveals what made her fall in love with Aditya Chopra

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It's been six years since Aditya Chopra and Rani Mukerji got married but rarely we get to see the pics of the couple. The duo tied the knot on April 21, 2014, in Italy in a private ceremony. Their wedding pictures too were never released online.

Later, the couple welcomed a baby girl named Adira Chopra. Other than Rani, neither Aditya nor Adira are seen in the limelight and it's that character of Aditya that Rani likes.

During an interview with a television channel, Rani spoke at length about her love story with Aditya.

In her words, "For Adi, I feel if he was to be like Karan Johar, I don’t think I’d have fallen in love with him. Karan is everywhere, he is so social and he is the life of a party. Every day he is doing something or the other. The thing with me is that I need my family at home. I am a very family-oriented person, I would go mad if my husband was working; as it is half the time he is in the studio. Imagine, him having a social life beyond his films. Half the time, I would not get to see him. I am very happy and content that he (Aditya Chopra) is not a social person. After his work, he comes back home to me."

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She further added, "The reason why I fell in love with my husband was because he is extremely private. For me, after being in the industry for so many years, he was one person I really respected. It is very difficult to respect people in the fraternity as you know them inside and out of everything. So, Adi was one of those rare people who I really respected, who I still respect, because of his ethos, work pattern and the way he is. Because I am private myself, it makes us a really good couple because we are very happy going nowhere."

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