Rajasthan Headlines
Buisness

Sushmita Sen’s brother Rajeev Sen and Charu Asopa separated before completion of 4 years of marriage, wrote an emotional message

Sushmita Sen’s brother Rajiv Sen and TV actress Charu Asopa were in headlines for the past several months due to their personal life. Where ever the news of divorce of both of them came, sometimes there was talk of patch-up. But now Rajeev Sen has given the news of official divorce to the fans through a special Instagram story. Due to this, the fans are shocked but both the stars are ready to move forward in their lives.

In fact, Rajeev Sen and Charu Asopa finalized their divorce after a court hearing on June 8 after serving a six-month cooling period. Confirming the news, Rajeev Sen shared a picture of his ex-wife and wrote, “There is no goodbye! Just two people who just couldn’t stand each other. Love will remain. We will always be mother and father to our daughter.” 

Significantly, Charu Asopa and Rajeev Sen got married in the year 2019 after dating, whose pictures and videos became quite viral on social media. However, after a year of marriage, rumors of their separation started spreading. Whereas in the year 2021, they reunited for a short time and welcomed daughter Ziana. However, things got worse and both decided to get divorced.

This has been confirmed by the actress herself. But for the daughter, Charu Asopa and Rajeev Sen often appear on each other’s Instagram timeline. In the same year, on Charu’s 35th birthday, Rajeev Sen shared a picture with her and his daughter Ziana. While the TV actress also shared a thank you note.

Related posts

Rajinikanth Posts First-Ever Jailer Review

‘Choona’, a Netflix original series from Jimmy Shergill, will debut in August

Madhu, a beloved figure in Malayalam cinema, turns 90 and considers a life well-lived

Indian Steel Industry saved foreign exchange of Rs 34,800 crore for the country, Surpass Japan in terms of production

54th IFFI 2023: Gala Premieres takes center stage

Inflows Of FDI Equity Fall 34% To $10.94 Billion From April To June 2023