Actor Kamya Punjabi might possibly be in the best phase of her life currently where she is riding high on the continued success of Shakti... Astitiva Ke Ehsaas Kii and living a happy married life with her husband, Shalabh Dang.
Now, the couple has gone on to buy a house in the city of Delhi and needless to say, she is excited about it. Talking about it with ETimes TV, Punjabi said, "My husband (Shalabh Dang) has bought this house for us. I am happy about having a huge balcony because usually we don’t see that for houses in Mumbai. The interiors are almost complete and the house will be fully ready in a few days.”
She is currently in their new home with her husband before the cast and crew of Shakti resume shooting after moving base to Agra months ago. As one would know, Punjabi and Dang are involved in a long-distance marriage but she opened up on how they make sure that their relationship doesn't suffer as she said, “We knew from the beginning that this would be a long-distance marriage because I have to shoot continuously and he has his work in Delhi. We were prepared for it. I am passionate about my work and want to keep working. Shalabh knows about my love for acting and always says that we are just a few hours away by flight. We are fine with this set-up and have no complaints. We are now at that age where we have seen a lot of ups and downs and understand what a marriage requires. In fact, long-distance is exciting because when I get two days leave, I want to run and meet him, so the excitement and spark is always there."
When asked if she is planning to shift base to Delhi in the future, she said, “We have our own houses in Mumbai and Delhi. Whenever we feel like staying in Delhi, we can stay there or come to Mumbai. Maybe in the future, we might shift to Mumbai permanently, but at this point, we haven’t decided anything. We are not planning to sell our Mumbai home or shift base to Delhi as of now. When my show Shakti ends and before taking up a new project, I may spend a lot of time at my Delhi home. Even last year during the lockdown, I was in Delhi with my in-laws. We are happy to shuffle between two cities."