“I didn’t delete it, it’s in my archives”

Rajkummar Rao and Patralekhaa recently tied the knot in an intimate ceremony (Photo credit: Instagram/patralekhaa)

Badhaai Do star Rajkummar Rao and Patralekhaa recently set new couple goals as they took the nuptials in a very intimate ceremony. Everything from their wedding outfits to Raj being an adorable groom obsessed with his beautiful wife made headlines and the photos circulated the internet. While their marriage is still fresh in people’s minds and the two are still in the news, more recently one of their social media activities has caught some attention. Rao is now talking about the same thing.

If you don’t know, a few weeks after their wedding, Rajkummar Rao used his verified Instagram handle and posted an adorable original photo with his wife Patralekhaa. The photo had her sitting with a mirror in the background and Raj was clicking the image while being himself in the reflection. While many adored the photo and liked it, some took it the wrong way and decided to drop “not so happy” comments.

Rajkummar Rao, who is now gearing up for the release of his upcoming titled Badhaai Do also starring Bhumi Pednekar, joined Koimoi for an exclusive chat and opened up about the same. He revealed that he did not delete the photo but archived it. Read on to know all about the same.

When asked to be candid on social media and if people taking his moves the wrong way take him down, Rajkummar Rao exclusively replied, “It makes me laugh, it just makes me laugh at how people think. I know what you are talking about. This is a picture I posted with Patra (Patralekhaa), where I thought she was beautiful. And no one understood it, like if it was a reflection in a mirror. People thought she was sitting in a particular pose, of course why would we do that? We are also mature and responsible people.

Adding that not everyone was hanging around or saying mean things, Rajkummar Rao said, “And people were nice too actually. There were also some who said things like ‘oh my mind is so dirty’, ‘oh no what was I thinking’ and ‘it took me 10 minutes to figure out the picture’. Nobody was like straight up bad, which I think was nice. But of course, I was just laughing. Even me, I took 10 minutes to understand what is the problem with this photo? Why do people write this? What is the problem? And then I understood ‘oh maybe they think like that’ but then why would we do that. I did not delete it, it is in my archives.

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Badhaai Do hits the big screen on February 11.

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