Pakistani actor, Bigg Boss 4 contestant Veena Malik gets divorced from businessman husband

Veena Malik reportedly filed for divorce after her rift with her husband's family over her return to showbiz.

IANS March 11, 2017 17:28:25 IST
Pakistani actor, Bigg Boss 4 contestant Veena Malik gets divorced from businessman husband

Lahore: Pakistani actress Veena Malik, known in India for her stint in reality TV show Bigg Boss 4, has been granted divorce from businessman Asad Khattak, her husband of three years, at a court here.

Pakistani actor Bigg Boss 4 contestant Veena Malik gets divorced from businessman husband

Veena Malik. AFP

Veena's counsel Ali Ahmed has confirmed the separation between her and Asad, saying that the family court issued the decree on 31 January, 2017, after the actress filed for Khula (divorce), The News International reported.

The court passed a decree in favour of Veena as Khattak failed to proceed with the case refusing to give any further details. Veena got married to Khattak in December 2013. They have a son and daughter together.

According to sources, Veena filed for the divorce after a rift with Khattak and his family over her return to showbiz, The News International said.

The actress has worked across the film and TV industry in Pakistan and India. In Bollywood, she has done two item songs as well, and Veena also dabbled in the Kannada film world with Dirty Picture: Silk Sakkath Maga.

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