Actress Sonam Kapoor says she misses her husband because even after marriage, they are living a long-distance relationship. She was promoting her latest film Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga when she talked about her equation with husband Anand Ahuja and how they adjust their work dynamics to stay close to each other. Also Read - Sonam Kapoor On Sexism In Bollywood, 'Each One Of Us Needs To Make Better Choices, Or We Will Be Subjected To A Witch-Hunt'
Sonam talked to Times Now and said, “I think the distance definitely makes the heart fonder. I miss him a lot and I think it’s important we both work. It’s important for our relationship, as partners. I hope one day we find work in the same country.” Also Read - Sonam Kapoor Steps into the Shoes of ‘Marilyn Monroe’ and Looks Oh-So-Pretty, See PICS
She then shared a few incidents when both she and Anand had to say no to work to make sure they are together. She said, “I do tell him when I am doing something. Ya, I do take his opinion on…dates! Because obviously I have to spend time with my husband. So, he and I coordinate on dates. Recently, I said no to something because I wanted to spend some time with him and he said no to something because he wanted to spend time with me. So, I think there comes a point where you have to kind of understand that it’s not you alone. So, I don’t discuss, ‘Oh, I am gonna do this scene’ or ‘I am gonna do this script’ or any of those things but because we are in a long distance relationship, I think it’s important to make time for each other.” Also Read - Veere Di Wedding 2: Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Swara Bhaskar, Shikha Talsania Give Their Nod, To Begin Shoot Post Bebo’s Delivery
She added, “So, he compromises a lot in terms of like…he needs to keep flying-in because my work is dependent on other people. His work, since he is the boss, I am not the boss, because it’s the collaboration..a film, so, I don’t have as much flexibility with dates as he does. He actually flies a lot because of me. He has to keep flying in to see me all the time. So, once in a while I do need to take that stand and be like, ‘It’s okay to sacrifice this project so that I can be with him. So, he can concentrate on his work’ because he makes a lot of sacrifices for me, much more than he should.”