Draped in kanjeevaram she definitely makes for a gorgeous bride. Bhavana, who recently graced a magazine cover all decked in wedding finery, says she will never tie the knot on impulse. “Marriage is the biggest decision of one’s life. It’s a life-long bond and for a family person like me it means a lot. I go through all small details before committing on a film, and when it comes to marriage I plan to be double cautious,” says the actress.
Bhavana says she is quite used to wedding-related queries wherever she goes. “If I were in Bollywood nobody would have asked me this question. All the B-Town heroines of my age are at the peak of their career. They don’t even think about marriage until they turn 30,” she says. But the actor is quick to add that she has absolutely no plans to wait till 30 and is open to the idea of marriage. “If a good proposal comes my way I will definitely give my nod,” she says.
The actress adds that all her married friends advise her to take her own time before entering matrimony. “Most of my friends are married and they say it’s not something that should be done in a hurry and I have all the time. I am preparing myself for it. I may get married this year or next, but I can’t give a date,” she smiles. Bhavana, who has acted in all South languages, is looking forward to the release of Angry Babies in which she and Anoop Menon play a newly wed couple. “It’s about a couple who elope and get married. It’s about love before and after marriage. I am waiting for the film to hit the screens.”