“Born into an upper middle-class, close-knit, traditional loving family. Our family was into sports and I became a prominent well-known sports person, God blessed me with a good personality, a pretty face and good professional education. I had a big fan following. I was loved dearly by my family and friends. As per our family tradition, I waited for my parents to find the right partner for me.
I thought I was the luckiest when my in-laws who are from a well known, a prominent family came asking for me for their doctor son. They had no dowry demands. My would-be husband said that I am the best thing that had happened to him. It was strange hearing that from a guy I had just met. But I was too innocent at that time I guess.
Although it was an arranged marriage, we fell in love during the months before our marriage itself. After a period of eleven months (my husband was doing his post-graduation), we finally got married. Although on the first day of marriage itself I felt things weren’t alright, he didn’t seem like any other normal guy I had met in the past, but I pushed my thoughts aside.”