No money for matrimony: Elesh

 
The businessman who has established an independent business here said that his fiance, Rakhi, 30, is supportive of his decision. “I didn’t marry Rakhi yesterday (Sunday) on the spot not because I am unsure about her. I am doubly sure about Rakhi, I am committed to her.

But at this stage I cannot support her financially. I need some time to establish my business,” said the 30-year-old businessman.

“I have my family business in Toronto, but I don’t want to take the help of my family. So I asked Rakhi for some time and she agreed,” he said.

Refusing to call their current relationship “dating” Elesh said, “We are engaged to get married.” So when will the couple tie the knot? “There is no fixed calendar. It can take five day, five months, or even a year,” Elesh said and added that they both need time to get to know each other. “To begin with, I would take her to my sister’s wedding on August 12, to make her feel comfortable with my family and get her used to our culture. I want to show her my side of life and get to see hers,” said Elesh of his plans. The businessman who pipped the two other finalists from Delhi, Chittiz Jain and Manas Katyal said that he is least bothered about his fiance’s ‘item-girl image’.

“I like everything about Rakhi. I can’t figure any one thing. I am not bothered about her so called item-girl image,” he said adding that he would like his wife to continue her career post marriage.

Describing the win as God’s destiny, he said that he had the intuition that he would be the chosen one. “I had seen this images before that I am going to marry Rakhi. I just knew it. I was 99 per cent sure, but that one per cent depended on Rakhi. It was Rakhi’s decision ultimately,” he said.

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