Karisma Kapoor divorce: When father Randhir Kapoor called actress’ ex-husband Sanjay Kapur ‘third class man’
First Published 12, Aug 2020, 11:35 AM
We all read that Karisma Kapoor's divorce went ugly, her sister Kareena always maintained silence. But, father Randhir Kapoor had openly slammed and blasted daughter's ex-husband Sanjay Kapur
Bollywood actress Karisma Kapoor and her husband Sanjay Kapur parted ways officially two years ago. They were married for 11 years and have two kids, Samaira and Kiaan.
After long legal proceedings, Karisma got custody of the kids. Now the kids are staying with their mother in Mumbai.
It was expected that after such a messy divorce, the children would not be fond of their father and their stepmother, but it is just the opposite.
Samairaa and Kiaan share a warm bond with not only their father but even with his new wife Priya Sachdev, and their step brother and sisters.
Sanjay and Karisma married in 2003, and later, after years, Karisma had filed for divorce in 2014. The separation happened as per mutual consent, according to reports, after things were getting dirty.
During that time, Kareena Kapoor was questioned about her sister's marriage and the divorce. TOI quoted Kareena as saying, "Yes, but it's not for the world to know. It's between me and her. I don't want to comment on it. Silence is golden. I'm dragged into many things; my name is in the papers every day."
Bur, father Randhir Kapoor was in a very bad mood and blasted Sanjay. Talking to TOI, Randhir said, "Sanjay was a third class man" and "debauchery in his system."
Karisma had also spoken in detail about physical and mental torture when she was married to him. In one of her complaints, Karisma had written, "Even before our wedding his father made my mother cry and I immediately said that if his family could behave in this manner with a woman, the family could do anything in the future and I made up my mind to call off the wedding. Sadly, better sense did not prevail and I was again fraudulently convinced by Sanjay and his family that the incident was one-off."