Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu's relationship and marriage came as a surprise to many given for the fact that the two are very different from each other. However, the two defined the phrase 'Opposites Attract' and are happily married with a baby daughter who they named Inaaya Naumi Kemmu.
Talking about how different yet similar they are, Soha said to a leading daily, "Yes, we had different lives growing up, but we are very similar when it comes to the things we enjoy doing. We have the same taste in television viewing, we like being active, we are not party animals, we love travelling. Our choice of friends are also similar. He says that he was intimidated by me, but I think that he was intrigued by me and had a certain respect for me and my educational background. We can have healthy debates and I don’t always agree with him. I think that’s one of the things he likes the most about me."
A few years back, when Pinkvilla had asked Soha on what she likes about Kunal, the actor said, "I like many things about him. He has a great sense of humour, he is very talented, good-looking, he has a lot of integrity, he is a man of his word, so if he says something he does it. That I like very much about him."
Soha and Kunal make for an adorable couple, indeed! Wouldn't you agree?
Meanwhile, when we asked Soha about the constant media attention Inaaya is getting and whether it gets a bit too much, the actor revealed, "One thing as parents or just as people, one is very concerned about with children is; even when we take pictures of Inaaya at home, we make sure that the flash is not on. We make sure that she is safe and the only concern is when you go out in the public or you're walking into the airport or anywhere with your child is that with all the flash is going off, the child gets little disturbed and might get scared. It's not good for their eyesight. With the media, in the case of big celebrities and their children, it can be a little bit of a stampede situation and you don't want anyone to get hurt. And then comes the fact that you don't want to expose your child to that kind of media attention. You don't necessarily want pictures of your child being seen by everyone in their households and people commenting on how do they look and who do they look like. People, I don't know if I do or not, but you talk about nazar nahin lagni chahiye. We still follow that a lot in our culture. So, that's why I think people are a little apprehensive about too much media exposure."