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The Internet is drooling over Anand Ahuja after Actor Sonam Kapoor's recent Instagram post. For many, Anand has became the ideal husband type, but why? Let's find out!
The Internet is drooling over Anand Ahuja after Actor Sonam Kapoor’s recent Instagram post. For many, Anand has became the ideal husband type, but why? Let’s find out!
Sonam Kapoor recently shared a pic with hubby Anand Ahuja with a caption that has made Indians crush over him badly.
Here’s the post that made many hearts skip beats.
Here is what Sonam wrote:
“Anand is so encouraging when it comes to my work that he didn’t blink when I told him I was flying to Cannes two days after the wedding or that I was getting into promotions straightaway. There was no argument, just acceptance – you gotta do, what you gotta do.”
Believe it or not, but Anand has become the ‘too good to be true’ husband type for many women and we can’t stop praising him for his attitude.
Whether it be changing his name from Anand Ahuja to Anand S Ahuja after his wedding on his Instagram handle or giving wifey encouragement and support, he has done it all. And we definitely need more men like him.
But here’s why we shouldn’t be this happy about the whole thing; because, when was the last time we praised a women for changing her name or supporting her husband?
While we consider it a moral imperative for women to support their husbands, why are we so excited when a man does the same?
Why can’t we start praising our women the same way we praise our supportive men?
Why does a women supporting her husband need no recognition and praise the same way?
Why can’t we all not just think but start believing that we are equal?
Here’s love and praise for all men and women who truly believe in their partners and encourage them to shine – and move to a place when it’s not ‘news’ that a man does it!
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