RRR actor Ram Charan Teja married his college girlfriend Upasana Kamineni Konidela on 14 June 2012. The pair is uncomfortable sharing their long 10 years of marital chemistry on social media. Yet, whenever they come together before the shutterbugs, entertainment beat reporters go berserk, trying to peep into their private space.
The relationship between Ram Charan Teja and his wife Upasana is a perfect example of how one can feel the happiness of married life even if one manages one’s work efficiently. What is the secret of their happy married life? Persistent with their queries, the media has been able to dig it out.
Upasana, who attained a degree in international business marketing and management from Regent’s University, London, is the vice-chairman of Apollo Charity and the editor-in-chief of Be Positive magazine. Like Ram Charan Teja, Upasana is quite successful in her field of work. They respect the demands of the professions of each other and do not forget to spare time for each other even in the hustle and bustle of work.
Upasana is very excited to see the movie RRR doing great on the big screen. She says when the song ‘Natu Natu’ was playing, she threw confetti towards the screen. How happy she is with the success of her husband’s latest film becomes obvious from a look at her beaming face. At the end of a special screening for the film, Upasana went on and on in full praise of her husband.
She then opened up. Upasana said, “One should not only care about one’s partner’s health. You also need to pay attention to the minor needs of your partner. Raising a glass of water when you go to fetch water while your partner is eating, removing hair from your partner’s eyes when you are in the middle of a task — these little actions will only deepen the chemistry of the relationship.”
According to Upasana, “If you want to have a happy marriage, spend time with each other away from the glare of society. Give each other time, even if it’s half an hour between thousands of tasks. During that time, watch TV together or go out for a walk together after dinner. Share the good and bad events of the day with your partner.” Ram Charan Teja agrees that these “small things” strengthen the relationship.