Dia Mirza-Sahil Sangha Separate, Join List Of Longtime Bollywood Couples Who Parted Ways

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Dia Mirza-Sahil Sangha separate and join the list of Bollywood couples that have parted ways over the years

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Love and loyalty are inevitable traits that hold a marriage together. And, when celebrities get hitched, given the whole process from their celebrations to their pictures are quite dreamy, it all plays out like a fairytale romance in the minds of their fans. But sometimes the picture-perfect disposition can also be a myth. So, here we have a few Bollywood love marriages that shockingly ended in a divorce. 

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1. Malaika Arora-Arbaaz Khan 

After sharing their lives for 18 years, Malaika Arora, Arbaaz Khan called it quits in 2016 and their divorce was finalized in May 2017. Reportedly, it was a mutual separation and the custody of their son is with Malaika, while Arbaaz can visit him anytime. However, despite separating legally, the two are very cordial and are often seen dining and vacationing together. Currently, Malaika Arora is seeing Arjun Kapoor, while, Arbaaz Khan is dating Giorgia Adriani. 

2. Farhan Akhtar and Adhuna Bhabani 

Farhan Akhtar who is known for delivering powerful performances in films such as 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' and 'Dil Dhakane Do', announced his separation with his wife Aduna Bhabani after twelve years of marriage. The duo also has two daughters and the actor is often seen spending quality time with them. Adhuna is a celebrated hairstylist and they announced their separation in January 2016 issuing a joint statement. Currently, Akhtar is dating TV host Shibani Dandekar and they recently completed a year of togetherness. 

3. Hrithik Roshan and Sussane Khan

Hrithik-Sussane got divorced in 2014, but they have maintained such cordial equations over the years that rumours of a remarriage keep surfacing regularly. From vacations to movie and dinner outings, the family is often seen together. On the actor's birthday, the interior designer posted a heartfelt message calling him her ‘BFF’ ‘from and through this world...and onto other realms’ and concluded it with the words, “the force will always be with you” and hashtags ‘shine on unlimited’, ‘this man’, ‘best dad in the world’, ‘soulmate’ and ‘best BFF.’ 

4. Anurag Kashyap and Kalki Koechlin 

Anurag Kashyap and Kalki Koechlin fell in love when they were reportedly working together in 'Dev D'. The couple parted ways soon after their marriage and were living separately for a year but were just recently granted a divorce. The two tied the knot in 2011 and were granted a divorce in 2015. 


#kalkikoechlin with her ex hubby #anuragkashyap @viralbhayani

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Recently, Dia Mirza and Sahil Sangha Sangha shocked the Bollywood fraternity and the audience by announcing their separation in a joint statement. "While our journeys may lead us down different paths, we are forever grateful for the bond that we share with each other", read an excerpt from their post. 

The two knew each other from 2009 but reportedly Sahil proposed only in 2014 when they went to New York City in order to attend an award function. Buzz was that he went on his knees and presented the ring to her in the middle of the Brooklyn Bridge. Dia accepted this heart-warming proposal, and the couple was applauded with cheers by all tourists present there. 


🧡🧡 #TravelWithDee #TravelWithDeeSa #JapanSurprises #ShotOnIphone

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