Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh share their holidays and honeymoon pictures from Sydney, Maldives and more.
Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh’s New Year holiday in Sydney: Pictures
Bollywood couple Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover were in Sydney on this New Years Eve, and going by the pictures they shared, the couple had a great time there.
One of the pictures showed the spectacular firework over Sydney sky.
Every couple, who are either married or are going to married, would wish to have an extended honeymoon similar to that of Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover (KSG). Bips and Karan got married on April 30 2016 then left to Maldives for honeymoon. And even after spending a couple of weeks in Maldives, they have not had enough. The couple then headed to the US for holidays and also to catch-up with family and friends who couldn’t make it to their wedding.
On her honeymoon, Bips had been sharing her honeymoon pictures almost everyday. Bipasha Basu shared some sizzling pictures from Maldives.
And now it was KSG who posted a hot picture of Bipasha and captioned, “My wife is a goddess! I got lucky or what?!!”
But why did the couple choose Maldives as their honeymoon destination?
Its because they love the beaches in Maldives; its their favourite holiday destination (they were there of New Year too.)
So their choice of Maldives didn’t come as a surprise to many!
The couple seem to be having the best time of their lives right now and we hope it continues that way for them forever.
More pictures from Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover’s wedding.
We all know that Bipasha Basu was in a relationship with John Abraham for a long time, but even Karan Singh Grover was earlier married and got divorced from Jennifer Winget, before marrying Bipasha Basu.
Says Karan, “It’s not easy at all! Two people are in love, and have built something special together, but are then parting ways, because otherwise they will just end up destroying everything about themselves. Our generation has grown up witnessing horrible fights between my parents – not my parents specifically. I have seen a lot of couples fight, while growing up. And I would never want my kid to witness that while growing up, parents making each other so unhappy. Why live that life? Once you come to that realization, mutually, you make the difficult decision to separate.”