Sachet Tandon and Parampara Thakur), who are known for songs like Bekhayali and Mere Sohneya (Kabir Singh) and Dilbara (Pati Patni Aur Woh) surprised everyone by tying the knot on Nov 27. The two who have known each other since five years managed to keep their relationship hush-hush, until the news of their wedding came out surprising their fans.
About their relationship and marriage the couple opened to Bombay Times. “Well frankly, we don’t know when it all started between us. We both are workaholics. We have been working on music in collaboration since so many years. Music is like our baby, and we were into it so passionately ki kaam karte karte usme sab kuch ho gaya (laughs!),” says Parampara. Sachet echoes saying, “I also had a lot of pressure from my parents. They wanted me to get married soon. I think, at the back of their mind, our families were thinking ki yeh log kitna bhi chhupaye, yeh shaadi toh ek doosre ke saath hi karenge.”
Sachet and Parampara first met on the sets of reality show The Voice India as contestants. Post the show, the two went back to their hometowns. “Sachet hails from Lucknow, but he has spent time in Mumbai. I was completely new to Mumbai when I came for the show. Post the reality show, as a friend he insisted that I come to Mumbai and look for work. Once back we started working together and got along really well,” recollects Parampara. The two began their journey as a team in Bollywood in 2016 and have composed music for several films, including Toilet: Ek Prem Katha (2017), Bhoomi (2017), Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se (2018), Batti Gul Meter Chalu (2018), Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas (2019) and Kabir Singh (2019), among others.
Sachet says that though they are married to each other and also aligned professionally, as individuals they are very much different. “I am sometimes very loud, I don’t think what I am saying and then I realise that I could have said a certain thing, a certain way,” says Parampara, while Sachet adds, “Also, she is a morning person, while I am not. I can’t wake up early (laughs!). Waise hamare music banate waqt bhi nok jhok hoti rehti hai. Waise, I have understood ki Parampara kabhi agar nahi samaj pa rahi ho, toh you need to stay calm for sometime, uske baad sab line pe aa jaata hai (laughs!).Though the differences, I must say Parampara completes me.”
While the two had an intimate ceremony in Delhi in the presence of close knit family and friends, the two are waiting for things to get back to normal to host a grand ceremony in Mumbai for their friends from Bollywood.
“We were only a 50 of us, but it worked in our favour as we could give each and every guest special attention. Otherwise with too many people it becomes too chaotic. As far as for those who we missed during our wedding, we have planned something for them and should host it very soon,” says Parampara.