Veteran Bollywood actor Jaya Bachchan not too long ago shared how her husband, famous person Amitabh Bachchan, didn’t need her to work common hours after marriage. She stated this within the newest episode of her granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda‘s podcast, What the Hell Navya. Jaya and Navya were joined on the show, as always, by Shweta Bachchan Nanda. The subject of the new episode was ‘Modern Love: Romance & Regrets’. On the podcast, Jaya additionally shared that she was speculated to tie the knot with Big B in October, however they needed to deliver their wedding ceremony ahead to June since his dad and mom didn’t permit them to go for a trip collectively.
When Navya requested Jaya about her love story, the actor shared how earlier than marrying her, Amitabh Bachchan had one situation. “We had decided we will marry in October, because by then my work would have reduced. But he had told me, ‘I definitely don’t want a wife who will be 9 to 5. Please work, but not every day. You choose your projects and work with the right people’,” Jaya recalled.
Amitabh and Jaya took their wedding ceremony vows on June 3, 1973. The couple will have a good time their fiftieth anniversary in 2023. Their marriage was a low-key affair and it happened at Jaya’s Godmother’s home in Mumbai.
While senior Bachchan’s profession continued to flourish even after marriage, Jaya put her profession on the backburner to prioritise the household. Talking about this, Big B had stated on the India Today Conclave in 2014, “One thing I find very admirable about Jaya is that she chose to give preference to home and not films. There was no obstacle from me ever, it was her decision. In marriages, all decisions are taken by the wife.”
While narrating her love story with Amitabh Bachchan to Navya, Jaya additionally revealed why they selected to marry in June and never in October. “We had to go on a trip after the success of the film we did together (Zanjeer). But one day, he called me and said, ‘There’s a problem. My parents won’t allow us to go on a holiday and if we want to go, we must get married.’ So I said we were already planning to get married in October, let’s get it done in June. But you will have to speak to my parents. He called my father, who was not very happy, since he never wanted me to get married,” Jaya stated. However, her father agreed, and the 2 received married in a easy ceremony.