Are Juhi Parmar and Sachin Shroff Heading for Splitsville?
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Kumkum actor Juhi Parmar and hubby Sachin Shroff are heading for splitsville if rumors are to be believed. The actor-couple have been living separately for over a year now and there’s news that Juhi may file for divorce from her husband of 8 years. Juhi and Sachin got married in the year 2009 and have a four-year-old daughter - Samaira, who is currently living with Juhi. As per rumor mills, the differences between the duo are irreconcilable and their getting back together is unforeseen.
According to a source close to the couple, “While everything was fine during the initial years of marriage, differences crept into their relationship, which now seems irreconcilable. Sachin was conspicuous by his absence even at the launch of Juhi’s mythological show Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s ‘Karmphal Data Shani’. They have been staying separately for almost a year. Samaira stays with Juhi, who will soon file for divorce. There is no chance of reconciliation.”
It is notable that cracks between their married life were apparent in 2011 as well; however, at the time both Juhi and Sachin stayed put.
The couple had met on the sets of the pilot episode of a show that did not see the dawn, however, the two met five months later and fell in love. “We met while shooting for a pilot episode for a show. We were friends for a very long time. Five months later, we got in touch, and love just happened. We both wanted to be together and we're sure about getting married to each other,” said Sachin.
Juhi rose to fame with Ekta Kapoor’s show Kumkum – Ek Pyaara Sa Bandhan. The TV-star also won Bigg Boss Season 5 while Sachin Shroff has worked in some of the most popular shows like Balika Vadhu. Sachin had made a special appearance in Bigg Boss Season 5 to meet Juhi in the Bigg Boss house. The duo's wedding, which took place in Jaipur's Royal Palace, was an event to be remembered.
Although there’s no official word from any of the two, it now seems like a matter of when, not if.