Who is ness wadia dating
News," and the couple relocated to their new home in Chicago. They have these great prepackaged platters, so we'll put those out and we make burgers. We love the Bears and we'll always root for them and we're loyal through the good and bad. I'm almost at five years [since the diagnosis], which is very exciting and thankfully my health is great. Bill always jokes that everyone's getting 24-hour flus, but -- knock on wood -- I'm always very healthy.The couple say the move was definitely the right decision, not least of all because they are both huge fans of the Chicago Bears. I usually get out there on Sunday morning and go for a long run so I feel more justified later. You two are big Bears fans and you recently relocated to Chicago. Bill: We kind of get the best of both worlds since we're between Chicago and L. If it wasn't for him, I wouldn't have met my wife and things would have been different for me. I got to watch him from the inside and I was able to see how he works and how he does deals and how he was able to negotiate in difficult times. What I do is basically every four months I do bloodwork and that's to make sure everything's OK.This year it started with sizzling performances by Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani and Malaika Arora amongst others.Besides that the pleasantries between Bollywood actress Preity Zinta and her ex-boyfriend Ness Wadia also gained some attention.
The two, who reportedly dated for 10 years, didn’t end their relationship on a pleasant note.Bollywood’s sweetheart Preity Zinta was recently seen celebrating the Kings XI Punjab victory with her ex-boyfriend Ness Wadia when the team defeated the Royal Challengers Bangalore at a match earlier this week.After dating for four years, the couple ended their relationship in 2009 in a rather disrupting way involving a court case and strong allegations directed towards Ness.The Parsees are a small but high-profile community who migrated to western India from a small town called Par in Persia around the eighth century, to escape religious persecution.The light-skinned, handsome settlers were erudite, clever and natural businessmen and over the centuries established successful trading and manufacturing businesses in port cities like Bombay and Karachi (now in Pakistan).