In this article, we will give you an insight into the family life of Archana Puran Singh. A famous Bollywood actress and comedian, who is most famously known for her candid and uncontrollable laughter. This article includes in-depth information about Archana Puran Singh’s younger son Ayushmaan Sethi, his birth, education, career plans, and also his love life. Read the article below to get to know some not so commonly known facts about Ayushmaan Sethi younger son of Archana Puran Singh and Parmeet Singh:
Where there is love, there is no limit. Archana Puran Singh wedded entertainer, Parmeet Sethi on June 30, 1992, notwithstanding the last being 7 years more youthful to her. The two became hopelessly enamored and were in a 4-year long live-in relationship prior to getting married. At the point when gotten some information about her misgivings of wedding a younger man, Archana in a meeting had shared that they have been together for a very long time and age has never been a boundary between the two. Archana and Parmeet are pleased guardians to two children, Aaryamann Sethi and Ayushmaan Sethi, and the two have unquestionably acquired the vibes of their parents. The two have grown up to be such studs!
Ayushmaan Sethi was born on 7 February 1991. Ayushmaan Sethi was born in Mumbai in a Punjabi family. Ayushmaan completed his schooling at Singapore International School, Mumbai. Ayushmaan went to New York in 2017 and started studying at Stella Adler Studio of Acting and NYU Tisch School of Arts. In 2019 he started studying at Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute to learn method acting.
Talking about the most asked question that whether Archana’s children are going to be a part of the industry as well, Archana replied: “They have a plan to enter into the industry, but right now they both are studying and learning drama and theatre. They both want to be actors and now it’s up to them how much they are willing to put in hard work.
“Both of them are learning the art of acting. They are still young … in two-three years, I hope they would be able to fulfill their dreams,” said Singh.