Marriage is regarded in India as a pure blissful union of two ideal spouses for seven lives that are created by God. A spouse’s and his significant other’s bond is so strong that cannot be broken apart. But at times this sacred connection becomes the reason for one’s misery.
Your lifemate, whom you believed would be “the one,” is not the ideal perfect partner and your union threatens to impede your and your partner’s growth and success. Divorces are still taboo in many cultures, including ours. It is never easy for a woman to end an unhappy marriage and fall head over heels in love again.
She faces many challenges as a result of societal pressures, family pressures, and her passionate strife. Regardless, ladies have the greatest potential to endure a wide range of challenges across their lives.
Here are some prominent Indian entertainers who have shown their resilience and courage in real life by choosing ‘themselves’, by leaving the toxic relationship with dignity and pride, and try to live once more and find love.
Archana Puran Singh
Following the failure of her first marriage, the comedian and judge of Comedy Circus lost faith in marriage and decided not to wed again. But then Archana saw Parmeet at a daily friend’s party and the two were in a live-in relationship for a long time before legally marrying in 1992.
Archana is 5 years older than Parmeet, but this had little effect on their trust, trustworthiness, and comprehension. Despite several objections from Parmeet’s family, the couple walked down the aisle on June 30, 1992, and have two twins, Aaryamann and Ayushmaan.
Shweta Tiwari, a well-known Hindi TV entertainer, married Raja Chaudhary in 1998 and has a daughter named Palak. After 9 years of marriage, Tiwari requested legal separation from her husband in 2007. She opened up about the tumultuous marriage exemplified by Raja’s alcoholism and savagery.
Shweta and Abhinav Kohli, an entertainer, married on July 13, 2013, after dating for about three years. They invited a baby boy on November 27, 2016. In August of this year, the entertainer filed a restraining order against Kohli for abusive behaviour at home
Former Indian Bollywood actress, Yogeeta Bali married twice in her life. Her first marriage was with Kishore Kumar in 1976, but they divorced in 1978. She was Kishore Kumar’s third wife.
Yogita found love again on the sets of their film Khwab with actor Mithun Chakraborty, and they married in 1979. They have a son named Mahaakshay Chakraborty.
Renuka Shahane is an Indian actress whose first marriage was to Vijay Kenkare, a Marathi theatre essayist and chief; however, the marriage did not last long, and they ultimately divorced.
She married Ashutosh Rana, a Bollywood film star then. They have two children Shauryaman Neekhra and Satyendra Neekhra.
The Iron Lady of Bollywood is one of the most well-known and versatile entertainers in Indian theatre, film, and television, as well as a musician, amusement producer, TV show host, and member of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party. She is truly a courageous lady who survived her disturbing marriage and remarried.
In March 1979, she married a Mumbai-based finance manager, Gautam Berry, and they had a child, Sikandar. Kirron divorced Gautam Berry in 1985, when Anupam Kher, whom she had met since her school days, got his start in movies starting with Saaransh. Kirron and Anupam married in the same year.
Gunjan, who is currently starring in Naagin and has previously performed in serials such as Sindoor Tere Naam Ka and Kuch Apne Kuch Paraye, married Main Naa Bhoolungi actor Vikas Manaktala in 2015. They first met at an armada the board event in 2013, and after a few months, they started dating. Before making it official on April 21, 2015, the pair had been dating for nearly 1.5 years.
Many people are unaware that Gunjan is married for the second time. Her first marriage was to famous entertainer Sachin Verma, who appeared in serials such as KumKum, Reth, Pyar Ki Kashti Mein, Zoran, and Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se. The couple was together for a year before calling it quits.