HomeArticle6 Feet Tall American Comedian Hasan Minhaj's After Wedding Relationship With Wife Beena Patel
6 Feet Tall American Comedian Hasan Minhaj's After Wedding Relationship With Wife Beena Patel
Updated On 03 Apr, 2019 Published On 17 Aug, 2018
College sweethearts often tend to depart before they can embrace each other as life partners. However, it's absolutely beautiful when two lovers from their college days continue to remain in love after graduation eventually leading to marriage.
For Hasan Minhaj, the challenge was not merely marrying a girl who he loved since they were students at a well renowned University - the fact that the pair belonged to different religious background meant it was an extremely uphill battle.
Luckily for Minhaj, despite all the challenges, he ended up exchanging wedding vows with the girl of his dreams.
Hasan Minhaj's Married Life with Beena Patel
Hasan Minhaj is married to his beautiful wife Beena Patel. The lovebirds tied the knot in January 2015. The couple's love story goes way back. In fact, they first met way before Hasan was close to gaining any sort of fame.
Hasan Minhaj with his lovely wife Beena Patel
The lovebirds' first meeting arrived in college at the University of California. Speaking to the Campus magazine about the moment Hasan first saw Beena, he said:
"I met the love of my life there. It's wild. When you're living your life, you don't realize that history is happening in real time. So when I first saw her as a freshman, I was just living on the quiet floor in the Thoreau dorms. She was just a girl I had a crush on. I didn't know she'd be my wife."
During the interview with The New York Times, Minja revealed he and Beena are pretty old school when it comes to living together. He said:
"Beena and I didn't move in together until we got married. We kept it very traditional ... so I had to evolve very quickly."
Hasan claims some aspects of his life changed after sharing wedding vows with his wife. The comedian claimed he went from 'Scarface' photos to family photos and he's accustomed to throwing pillows now. Furthermore, he claims the scented candles are really nice.
Similar to most other comedians, Hasan is very active on social media through Facebook. Twitter and Instagram.
Here's an interview with Hasan Minhaj on Jimmy Kimmel Live:
However, he mostly uses these platforms to promote his upcoming projects. It particularly includes dates and locations of his next stand up performances.
On the other hand, Beena is a very private person and not much active on social media. In fact, her Instagram account is set to private. She appears to be a silent provider of stability and direction to her husband's career and growing success.
The couple is currently living in Manhattan, in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood where they are trying to adjust being New Yorkers. Since the comedian's career appears to be blossoming even further, we can expect this adorable duo to appear on the red carpet in the coming years.
Hasan Minhaj Is A Public Advocate For Gay Rights
Hasan Minhaj is a public advocate for LGBT rights. He appeared vocal about this topic along with Author Reza Asan. They believe Americans should embrace marriage equality.
Both Aslan and Minhaj appeared on HuffPost Live to discuss the open letter they penned to their fellow American Muslims. They recommended a different approach towards LGBT from Christian counterparts.
Hasan Minhaj is an advocate for gay rights
Source: Study Breaks Magazine
Minhaj who is a part of a minority group in the US, said Muslims have the responsibility to advocate the rights of all other marginalized people. This is significant because Muslims are discriminated against and they have needed support just like the LGBT Community.
"[The legalization of gay marriage] is an amazing win for all civil liberties that allow us to practice our faith as practising Muslims in America and others to practice their faith as practising Jews, Christians or whatever they choose to practice."
He continued, there are certain issues that are crucial to Muslims like him that they often ask for empathy and support.