Juhi Parmar finally Speaks on divorce with Sachin Shroff, Says Don’t Judge me
A Television actress Juhi Parmar, after living separately from her estranged Husband Sachin Shroff, has finally spoken about the reason behind their fall out. Juhi Parmar had filed for divorce last week, said, She is not going to demand alimony to her husband, but Sachin will have to contribute to her daughter’s support.
The estranged couple has a 5-year-old daughter Samaira and Juhi has her sole custody. They While giving an interview to the daily leading news Paper, The Times of India, she revealed that the divorce was with mutual consent. READ | Aishwarya Rai Is my Mom, She Gave me Birth in 1988, Claims Andhra Boy
Juhi Parmar is known for her role in a famous television series Kumkum Ek Pyar Sa Bandhan. Juhi also a winner of the most talked reality show Big Boss 5. Juhi Parmar got married to Gujarati Businessman on February 15, 2009.
After being living in a relationship for two years, the news of crumbling marriage of Juhi was doing the rounds, but it stopped little after. The news resurfaced in 2016, and they started living separately. While people started speculating the reason behind their fallout is her temper or someone were blaming her professional commitment.
“We decided that it was best to part ways because a harmonious atmosphere is a must for a child. She is too young to understand what’s happening in our lives. However, Sachin’s absence isn’t a new thing for Samarra as we have been separated many times. There have been times when Sachin has not been home and she is used to not seeing him around. However, she does ask him at times.” READ | Is Kangana Ranaut Out Of Tanu Weds Manu Series, Know Here
“I do not have a foul temper. I’m just a transparent person who calls a spade a spade and I’m proud of being an honest and fearless person in today’s times. People are writing loosely, assuming that it’s the reason for our divorce. It is my request to all of them to stop judging. What happens between two people, only they will know. A marriage – successful or failed – involves two people and not one. It is easy to blame it on one person based on hearsay and jump to conclusions.” Juhi is quoted as saying to TOI.
Juhi told TOI, “I don’t want people to write baseless rumors because when my daughter grows up and reads these stories, she will be hurt. I also read somewhere that the reason for this marriage falling through is distance, as I started living in Umergaon for the shoot of my show. Isn’t that a trivial reason for a marriage to end? We started living separately even before I shifted to Umergaon. I stepped out of my house to work because I have to run my home and take care of my daughter.”