Does Vijay Varma face Marriage Pressure?

After confirming his relationship with Tamannaah Bhatia, Vijay Varma opened up about facing pressure to get married.

Vijay Varma admits facing Marriage Pressure f

"So, all this began very early with me"

Vijay Varma has spoken about marriage pressure following the confirmation of his relationship with Tamannaah Bhatia.

The pair starred together in the Lust Stories 2 segment ‘Sex with the Ex’ and their chemistry was a highlight.

Vijay has now opened up about whether he has to deal with marriage pressure from his family.

The actor revealed that because he belongs to the Marwari community, pressure to get married at an early age has always been present.

He said: “I am a Marwari. In our community, boys are considered of a marriageable age at 16.

“So, all this began very early with me and also ended very early because I went past the marriageable age.

“On top of that, I had become an actor by then so there was that too.

“But I never gave much attention to it because I knew I had my career as a question mark in front of me. So, I never paid any attention to it.

“I had my blinders on, and I was just looking at my career.”

Vijay also revealed that his mother always inquires about his marriage plans since the “career” part of his life is settled.

He continued: “My mother still asks me. On every phone call, she still asks me but I am just able to dodge it because I am doing well in my life.”

Vijay Varma admits facing Marriage Pressure

Tamannaah spoke about her relationship and explained why she got with Vijay.

She said: “I cannot enter any equation where women are expected to compromise on their most basic feelings.

“I’m the happiest I have been. He is a wonderful human being and an equal partner.”

“I think he has a lot of strong women in his life and I feel like that’s what it takes… when you respect those strong women, you respect your woman as well.

“And that’s what I feel the younger generation needs to learn.

“We teach sons how to treat women instead of asking women how they should behave with men around them.”

When Tamannaah first confirmed her relationship, she said:

“I don’t think you can get attracted to someone just because they are your co-star.

“I have had so many co-stars. I think if one has to fall for someone, feel something for someone it’s definitely more personal, it’s nothing to do with what they do for a living, I mean that’s not the reason why this would happen.”

Admitting romance brewed on the set of Lust Stories 2, Tamannaah continued:

“He is someone I really look up to. He is someone with whom I bonded very, very organically.

“With high-achieving women, we have this problem, that we think we have to work hard for everything.

“When something is so simple and you don’t have to walk on eggshells to just be yourself because I think in India we also have this that a woman has to change her entire life for someone.

“He’s a person who I care about deeply and yeah, he’s my happy place.”

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”

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