From college couples to life partners: A look at the love story of Sanju Samson and Charulatha Ramesh
First Published Dec 22, 2020, 5:24 PM IST
Sanju Samson hails from Kerala and has been playing competitive cricket since 2011. He has played for Team India in the Twenty20 Internationals, while he plays for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League. He has been married to Charulatha Remesh since 2018.
Be it any Indian cricketers, their personal life and love story has always enchanted the fans. Same goes for India's rising wicketkeeper-batsman, Sanju Samson.
Samson is celebrating his second wedding anniversary with wife, Charulatha Remesh, as the 26-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman from Kerala continues to make a name for himself, especially in the limited-overs circuit. However, have you ever wondered how much do you know about the couple?
How did it all begin? Is it love or arranged marriage? How did they get married so early? In the same light, we take a look at their love story and how is it going so far.
College couples: In case you are wondering, yes, it is love. The couple met during their college days in Thiruvananthapuram, as they used to study at Mar Ivanios College, where Samson was pursuing BA in English Literature. It was once following their wedding that they also relived their good old college days by taking a stroll in the college campus.
Quick marriage: Well, we are not sure as to how the love between them transpired so quick. Nonetheless, it was in 2018, when Samson was 24, he tied the knot with her. It all happened in Thiruvananthapuram, in a private ceremony.
Celebrating festivities: Ever since their marriage, the couple has shared their images on social media, where they are mostly seen enjoying festivals. As is the case for every newly married couple, they also love going on vacations.
Samson has refrained from speaking much about his personal life and his wife. Nonetheless, we all know that he is a hard-working cricketer and is just a matter of time when he starts representing India across formats. In fact, being a wicketkeeper-batsman has limited his opportunities, as the spot is already being dominated by the likes of KL Rahul, Rishabh Pant and Wriddhiman Saha.
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