Relationships and marriages do not usually last for a lifetime in Bollywood. Another fairytale wedding turned into a nightmare for this diva and she came back to her parent’s home with her kids.

We are talking about recently divorced actress, Karisma Kapoor.

Kapoor finally got divorced from her businessman husband, Sunjay Kapur, after being in a disturbed marriage for several years. The two had a long and ugly battle in the family court over the custody of their two children, Kiaan and Samaira.

Their divorce war got murkier day-by-day and Kapoor finally won the custody. A lot of allegations were made and one such allegation was made by Kapoor that her ex-husband was living-in with his girlfriend, Priya Sachdev, who is a major cause of tiff between the ex-couple!

Kapoor was not happy with her husband’s philandering lifestyle and entry of 'another woman' in her home. One of her close friends was quoted as saying: "Karisma has also told the guardians of the law that Sunjay, Priya and Priya's daughter Safira frequently go to exotic destinations for holidays and even post pictures of those vacations on Instagram. She cannot tolerate such blasphemy and audacity. It's a matter of self-respect, and Kapoor definitely has it."

Now that the two are officially divorced, rumours are rife that Kapur will soon make his relationship with Priya official. The couple is planning to take their relationship to the next level.

Sachdev is a socialite and also the ex-wife of NRI millionaire hotelier, Vikram Chatwal. She has a daughter named Safira. Kapur and Sachdev are in a live-in relationship and are often spotted at various events in India and abroad.

Are these two planning to take wedding vows soon? Stay tuned to this space for more updates on Kapur and Sachdev’s affair! 

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