It's official: Farhan Akhtar and Adhuna call it quits after 15 years of marriage
Farhan Aktar has severed his ties with his wife Adhuna. Farhan has moved out of his house and shifted to Zoya Akhtar's bungalow two blocks away. He is looking for a different apartment to move into now.
There's no smoke without fire and sadly for Bollywood's best-dressed couple the speculations over the months have proved to be true. Actor-director Farhan Akhtar has severed his ties with his celebrity-stylist wife Adhuna. According to a report in Mid-Day, Farhan has moved out of his house and shifted to his sister, Zoya Akhtar's bungalow, two blocks away. According to the rumour mill, he is looking for new accommodation.
Despite the scores of reasons put out by the media as to the reason for the split, the couple has maintained that it has been 'a matter of growing apart' as reported Mid-Day.
The couple released a statement which read, “This is to announce that we, Adhuna and Farhan, have mutually and amicably decided to separate. Our children remain our priority and it is immensely important to us, as responsible parents, that they be protected from unwarranted speculation and public glare. We sincerely request that we are given the privacy that is required at this time to move forward in a dignified manner.”
Speculation about the duo's relationship went into overdrive after Adhuna was visibly missing from Farhan's Akhtar last few major outings, including the celebratory party for the actor's latest movie Wazir and Dabboo Ratnani's calendar launch.
Farhan, 42, and Adhuna, 48 were in a relationship for three years before getting married in 2000 and have two children. They first met during the filming of his directorial debut Dil Chahta Hai in 2001 which also marked Adhuna's debut as a Bollywood hairstylist, and her successful inning as a B-Blunt Brand owner.
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