Mumbai | 2 Aug 2019 | lrb.munda | Get In Lamka
Bollywood star melhoitak Dia Mirza le a posal Sahil Sangha kum 11 akicheng nung ua kikhen tading ahidan thusuak um hi.
Mirza le Sangha in social media accounts apat in joint statement dan achun kikhen tading maleh lawichan hizing ding ahidan le ataklang bawk ui.
2014 kum chawmkhat akicheng masang ua dating in ala nei ua, zia hun achun Mirza hi kum 37 ahia, chun Sangha ahi 39 ah upa ala ahiu.
Kum 11 kicheng nung ah kikhen maleng uh, lawi le pai chun kiza tua ah kingaina tua ah um nalai di ahidan le agen ui. Mirza hin “Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein”, “Dum” le “Sanju” film ala thaw ah, chun Sangha co-owns production film “Love Breakups Zindagi” leh “Bobby Jasoos” film ale role in apang hi.
Lampi chuam2 zuan maleng uh lawi le pai gual ah um zing ding kahiu ua, nidang ah ah lei support gual ua khan tu maban ahinle ei hun support zing ding in achialna abawl ui. Chun, akikal ua thu bangma comment bawl lou ding ahidan le ataklang bawk ui.
☝ Actor Dia Mirza, husband Sahil Sangha announce separation
Actor Dia Mirza on Thursday announced that she and husband Sahil Sangha were separating after being together for 11 years.
In a joint statement that Mirza and Sangha shared on their social media accounts, the former couple said they “remain friends” and will continue to be there for each other.
Mirza, 37, and Sangha, 39, dated for a while before tying the knot in 2014.
“After 11 years of sharing our lives and being together, we have mutually decided to separate. We remain friends and will continue to be there for each other with love and respect. While our journeys may lead us down different paths, we are forever grateful for the bond that we share with each other,” the statement read.
The actor, known for her roles in “Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein”, “Dum” and “Sanju”, co-owns a production house with Sangha, producing films such as “Love Breakups Zindagi” and “Bobby Jasoos”.
“We thank our family and our friends for all their love and understanding and members of the media for their continued support and request everyone to respect our need for privacy at this time. We will not be commenting any further on this matter,” it further read.
Input: [email protected] via PTI