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News |  14 Feb 2017 17:46 |  By RnMTeam

Kavita Krishnamurthy recalls her first Valentine's Day

MUMBAI: The Indian classical pair, L. Subramaniam and Kavita Krishnamurthy have been together for 16 years now and we must say this pair gives us some strong relationship goals. The love between the two is unconditional.

Speaking to at Amaravati Global Music and Dance Festival, Krishnamurthy recalled her first Valentine’s Day with her husband. Dr. Subhramaniam always keeps surprising the melodious singer and amongst all one of the best surprises she had was on her first Valentine’s Day.

On 13 February that year was Filmfare awards eve and Krishnamurthy’s song ‘Nimbuda Nimbuda’ was nominated but she couldn’t win the award. Disheartened she got back home, told her husband about it. Being Valentine’s Day the next morning he asked her to take a drive with him. It later turned out to be the most memorable drive for the singer.

“He woke me up at 7:30 in the morning and asked me to get dressed. I had a cup of tea wore ordinary clothes and left. With the driver and car ready, we started our drive and reached Sahara International Airport. I was a bit taken aback to have reached the International airport dressed all casually. I asked him ‘where are we going?’ To this he simply replied, ‘just come with me, everything is fine’. He did not let me know anything till we landed the Dubai airport. He took me to Cairo to see the Pyramids. I had once mentioned that I wanted to see the pyramids before our marriage and I was there. I had the best two days of my life there,” said the singer

Krishnamurthy married in her late 40’s and was a mother of three overnight -- Dr. Subramaniam's kids from his first marriage. Things were difficult as she had no clue about her musical career future but she says, “Till date, the best decision of my life was to marry him and I have never regretted it.”

The ‘Dola Re Dola’ singer gives all the credit to her husband for all she is today and for all the opportunities that she has got in music. “I have got so much support from him for my music. I have had the chance to perform with Symphony Orchestra and George Duke and much more. These things wouldn’t have happened to me, if I was only stuck with Bollywood. The process of learning music, remaining a student never stopped for me because of him,” she ended.