Like all of us, Theroux mentioned he did not know Ahmed was married and requested how way back he’d tied the knot. “Not very long, actually,” Ahmed replied.
“I think this is the first time I’ve ever mentioned it in an interview, so congratulations on this incredibly exciting scoop,” Ahmed added, saying, “I mean, I guess I don’t really feel it’s generally that relevant, so I don’t delve into my personal life or my dating history or even family life much.”
“It’s a weird one, isn’t it? I guess because we live in a social media age if you don’t, like, get on the megaphone about stuff it’s like, it’s a secret, but I never know how much is oversharing,” he mentioned. “Like, I’m into matcha lattes, but that’s just never come up. I’m not a secret matcha latte drinker.”
He additionally talked about having a marriage ceremony in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Obviously, kept it super intimate, and socially distanced. There was just like, hardly anyone there really,” Ahmed mentioned. “We did it in a backyard, which is nice in lots of ways. And I think the nicest thing about it was you didn’t have 500 aunties hanging around you, pinching your cheeks.”
Ahmed has been just about selling his new film, “Sound of Metal,” through which he performs a heavy metallic drummer who begins to lose his listening to.
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