Prince Narula and Yuvika Chaudhary were snapped outside a theatre post their movie date. The couple walked hand-in-hand as they stepped out of the theatre.
Prince looked handsome in a grey hoody and black pants. Yuvika looked stunning in a white dress.
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In an interview recently, Prince said about Yuvika, "I love Yuvika. We just announced it (our engagement). Why life is very smooth... When I go back home, I know Yuvika is waiting for me. My life is very set right now... I am working and now I have a life partner... Everyone wants a good life partner."
But what about marriage? "We will get married soon and will announce too whenever I do," he added.
About their love story, Yuvika had told us, "First of all, when we came out of the house, we were friends. And in the house, Prince had some hope but when I didn't respond, he thought that I have some issues with him and I will never say yes. He was sure from the day one and I, like any other girl, was taking time. I was never in that frame of mind - the first date and then I will see. I was scared that whether I should take a step ahead or not. It was his love and faith that changed me. I am a very practical person, he is someone who thinks from his heart - whatever he says he does that."
Further, into the conversation, she said that it was because of their families, she said yes. Expressing this to us, Yuvika continued, "If you go back, his family took interest in me when Prince and I were in the house. His mom said that if she wants a girl for Prince, that should be like me. When he came out of the house, he told his parents that 'I like her, but she doesn't. I would like to meet her and then we will see.' That's how we started meeting but as friends. It was a very positive indication from his side and his family. Then, his family told my family about Prince and me and that's when my family gave me the permission to meet him. When we started meeting each other, everyone thought we are dating but we were getting to know each other. If we think of going ahead, will it work out or now - that was the true thought process."