Boman Irani Still Shops For His Wife; Confirms Has Bought 100% Of Her Sarees By Himself

Boman Irani
by Suchismita Pal 939

From a waiter and a photographer to a stage actor, Boman Irani had come a long way before joining Bollywood. Thus, by the time he made his film debut in 2001, he was already almost 20 years into his marriage with his wife Zenobia Irani. When Boman Irani played the role of J. Asthana in Munna Bhai M.B.B.S in 2003, he was 44 years old. In 1979, he was employed as a waiter at the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai. He had accumulated money from that job to buy Zenobia Irani a gold necklace when they got married. During a Tere Gully Mein interview with team Curly Tales, Boman Irani said that in the last 10-15 years, he had bought almost all her sarees by himself.

 

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Boman Irani Says That He Was Surrounded By Women While Growing Up

Speaking to Curly Tales, Boman Irani confirmed that while growing up, he was surrounded by a lot of women. “5 masis, my chachis, my dad’s sister lived with us, all my cousins were girls… but its good, you understand women better I think”, said the actor. When asked about what women want according to the actor, he replied, ” Women like a little attention. If you’re not into their shopping, spend half an hour at least. They will like it. At least my wife does. 90% of the sarees I buy for her. When I travel, I pick them up. In fact, in the last 10-15 years, I think 100% of the sarees I had bought for her by myself.”

 

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“End The Argument With A Joke”: Relationship Advice From The Actor

As Boman Irani is married for almost 40 years now, our team had asked for a relationship advice from him. And he said, “Don’t carry forward an argument to the next morning, finish it at night. You are not winning any prizes, you are not winning any lotteries if you win the argument. Because in the morning you usually forget what you were arguing about at night. Secondly, end the argument with a joke.”