Both Ieshaan and Miesha were eliminated in last week’s elimination. The couple has had some amazing moments in the house. And now both, Miesha Iyer and Ieshaan have opened up on parental opposition. Well, Miesha reveals that marriage is just an official stamp for her. “We need to focus on our career right now. Obviously, we are going to do that by being with each other and we have become an integral part of each other’s life right now. So, when you talk about settling down, it comes with a lot of responsibilities and a lot of things. I don’t want to do anything without thinking about the consequences. So, we want to stand on our feet first. We want to travel the world and travel a lot. And honestly, with no disrespect to anything, I think shaadi is just an official stamp, like settling down is just an official stamp. We have already been in a live-in now, it’s been a month since we have been in live-in, it’s almost like shaadi, it’s just that official stamp nahi hai,” Miesha exclusively shared to us.
Miesha said, “When Rajiv came and said that Ishaan’s mom and sister do not approve of me, I was devastated. I also told Ishaan that family plays a very important role and I completely respect how much he loves his family. So I told him that if your family does not approve of me then we are not going ahead. I was very firm about it to him. I did not want him to put a decision between his family or me on him. As that would not be fair on him.”
She further added, “Luckily that was not the case as she has spoken to Ishaan’s sister and will soon go to meet his mother sometimes soon. All is good also it was not exactly what had come on the show. In fact, his sister had even sent me stuff.”
Ieshaan also said what was told on the show was not true about my sister and mother not approving of Miesha. He added, “In fact. My sister sent stuff for her when I asked her. My sister spoke to Miesha and cannot wait to meet her. I also spoke to my mother, who said she is proud of me and that she really likes her. I will soon take her to meet my mother. The day they meet will share pictures of the meeting.”