Kamala Hassan and Saarika: Kamala Hassan married Saarika after announcing divorce from his first wife Vany Ganapathy. But his marriage with Sarika too couldn%u2019t last for. Saarika decided to call it quits when his alleged affair with Simran started hitting the headlines. After Saarika filed divorce in 2002, the couple officially split in 2004.
Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap's marriage with actress-wife Kalki Koechlin has been in trouble for quite some time and the couple recently announced they are separating. "Me and Kalki are separating. We are taking time off from each other to figure things out. We are not divorcing. We request the media to please respect our privacy and give us our space and not speculate," the couple said in a joint statement in November.
Saif Ali Khan married Amrita Singh (who was 13 years older) in 1991. The couple, who had been married for 13 years, decided to part ways in 2004. Their marriage lasted till 2004 when Saif was reportedly seeing Rozza Catalano, an Italian model. They were formally divorced in a solemn talaq ceremony which was attended by a few friends and family members at their Lokhandwala home. Even though the rumors suggested they wanted to reconcile as they were spotted together at many places, Amrita Singh quashed these rumors.
Manisha Koirala, who married businessman Samrat Dahal in June 2010, took to Facebook to express her intention to call it quits. Just six months post her wedding, she posted on Facebook, "My husband has become my enemy. How much worst can it become for a women?"(sic) Even though friends and relatives tried their best to save their marriage, Koirala was firm about her decision.
Karisma Kapoor and Sanjay Kapur shocked us when the seemingly perfect couple made headlines for their decision to part ways. Just a few years after their marriage to the Delhi-based businessman, trouble started surfacing. The two had decided to separate after the birth of their first child in 2005, but got back together in 2010 and welcomed their second child. According to recent reports, they aren't interested in reconciliation.
Sanjay Dutt married Rhea Pillai in 1999 on Valentine's Day. The love didn't last and they decide to live separately in 2002. While Sanjay Dutt got busy with his films, Rhea diverted her attention to Art Of Living Classes. Rhea had been with Sanjay ever since he was convicted on charges of possessing AK-47 rifles.
Aamir Khan and Reena, who tied the knot on April 18, 1986, petitioned for a mutual divorce on December 9, 2002. As stated by the court, they decided to part ways because of 'temperamental difference'. But the rumours stated it was a result of Aamir's supposed affinity towards one of his co-stars. Despite their differences, Reena actively participated in Lagaan's post production work. They have two children Junaid and Aira.
Bollywood's high-profile star couple Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia decided to get married in 1973. But when the problems started aggravating, they decided to separate. As reports suggest, Dimple wanted divorce in 1980s. But she refused to sign the divorce papers because Rajesh started dodging her demand for monetarily security of her daughters. Hence, even though they separated in 1984, they were never formally divorced.
Whether it is about celebrities' love lives or their affairs, their ardent fans are always keen to know about every development, Unfortunately, at times, even the most stable relationship doesn't end the way one had wished. And while we wish our favorite celebrities never broke up, they had to call it quits. Here's a lowdown on the most shocking splits.
The news of Hrithik-Sussanne Roshan, which has left many shocked, comes just a few days before their 13th marriage anniversary. The duo tied the knot on December 20, 2000 post the success of Hrithik's debut film 'Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai'. Confirming the news, Hrithik made an official statement saying, "Sussanne has decided to separate from me and end our 17-year relationship. This is a very trying time for the entire family and I request the media and the people to grant us our privacy at this time."