The long fought divorce battle amid Karisma Kapoor and Sunjay Kapur finally ends, the couple granted divorce on mutual consent terms
Bollywood’s estranged couple Karisma Kapoor and Sanjay Kapur have finally separated legally as they have been granted divorce by the Apex Family Court. Karisma Kapoor and Sunjay Kapoor have been granted divorce on the terms of Mutual Consent on Monday (13th June) after a really long court battle.
Karisma and Sunjay have mutually agreed on the financial settlement and also over the custody matter of their children Samaira and Kiaan. As for the children’s custody, it will remain with Karisma while Sunjay has been granted visitation right.
After a lot of blames, claims and accusations, Karisma and Sunjay finally seem to have reached amicable and mature solution over their marital dispute.
Karisma and Sunjay got married to each other in year 2003. Karisma, then, had recently broken her engagement with Abhishek Bachchan and Sunjay Kapur had divorced his earlier wife Designer Nandita Mahtani. However, things started tuning bad amid the couple and Karisma moved to Mumbai with her children in 2010. In 2014, the couple decided to opt for divorce through mutual consent. However, the things turned sour as Karisma withdrew mutual consent petition to file dowry harassment case over financial dispute amid her and Sunjay. Apparently, Karisma stopped getting the promised finance from Sunjay.
Later, even Sunjay filed petition against Karisma stating how Karisma has been bad mother, bad wife and bad daughter in law. Sunjay had claimed that Karisma used their children as ‘paws’ to claim more financial aid from Sunjay. Sunjay also claimed that Karisma married him for his financial position and that she kept their children away from meeting his sick father.
However, now the couple seems to have reached amicable solution for all their disagreements. Karisma even has taken back all the charges and petitions against Sunjay and vice versa. Karisma and Sunjay have been finally granted divorce on mutual consent terms.