"Here's to sharing a lifetime of love & laughter, together!"
Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt and wife Maanayata Dutt are celebrating their 11th wedding anniversary. The couple have been there for each other through thick and thin.
Maanayata has even been there when the actor was going through a tough time. She has supported her husband constantly. The couple have two children, Shahraan and Iqra.
Whilst their 10th anniversary celebration was a big bash, this is much romantically simple.
Sanjay and his wife both took to their social media accounts and shared photos of each other along with heartwarming messages.
Sanjay took the time to appreciate his wife and all that she does for him. He posted a beautiful picture of the two together and wrote:
“I can’t thank God enough for blessing me with a beautiful woman like you, who I have the privilege of calling my wife!
“Happy anniversary Maanayata. Here’s to sharing a lifetime of love & laughter, together!”
Not one to be outdone, Maanayata reciprocated the love for her husband and posted:
“As we grow older together, as we continue to change with age, there is one thing that will remain the same… you will always be my FOREVER.”
The happy couple and their two children share many love-filled moments on their social media.
They spend a lot of time together as a family, which includes going on exotic holidays.
Apart from sharing his love for his wife on their wedding anniversary, Sanjay has also used social media for the greater good of India.
On February 10, 2019, Sanjay, along with other Bollywood stars pledged their support for an anti-drug campaign.
Sanjay, who has battled drug addiction in the past, went on Twitter to announce his support for spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s #DrugFreeIndia campaign. He posted:
“I always wanted to do something to uproot drug addiction from India.”
“The #DrugFreeIndia campaign is a step towards that!”
“Because of my personal experiences, it’s a cause very close to my heart & I want to help the youth of our country. Thank you Sri Sri guruji for your support.”
The campaign will be launched on February 18, 2019.