Vivian Dsena-Vahbiz Dorabjee split: Small screen sweethearts end three-year marriage
TV actor Vivian Dsena confirmed that he and Vahbiz Dorabjee, his wife of three years, have separated
TV star Vivian Dsena has confirmed that his three-year marriage to actress Vahbiz Dorabjee has ended.
Vivian and Vahbiz met on the sets of Balaji Telefilms' popular vampire show Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani in 2010 and tied the knot in 2013. They were among the most popular real life couples from the television industry.
However, reports had stated that the marriage was in trouble for a while — prompted by separate sightings of Vivian and Vahbiz at various occasions, and finally, the former confirmed in an interview that they have parted ways. Compatibility issues are said to be the reason for the separation.
Two weeks ago, Vivian moved out of the home he shared with Vahbiz.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, Vivian opened up about the separation:
“It’s personal, and I would like to keep it personal. We are adults, who are mature and [were] married for more than three years. We are the two best people who can decide what is happening [between us]. The media will speculate. But it is we who will decide what is the best [for us].”
Meanwhile, Vahbiz also spoke about rumours concerning the end of their marriage in an interview with The Times of India. She said that contrary to speculation, there was no third party involved in the split. "At this moment, people should give us space and not take advantage of Vivian and my relationship. There is no third party involved. People should just stop dragging innocent people into the equation," she said, referring to reports that linked her with actor Vipul Roy.
Vivian currently has a leading role in the TV show Shakti...Astitva Ke Eshsaas Ki while Vahbiz is part of Bahu Hamari Rajni Kant.
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