Kirti Kulhari has parted ways with her husband Saahil Sehgal. The actress took to her social media account to share the news of her separation with everyone and also put out a stern message that henceforth she won't be commenting about it ever again.
Her note read:
A simple note to let everyone know that my husband Saahil and I have decided to separate. Not on paper, but in life. A decision that's probably harder than the decision of "being with somebody", because coming together is celebrated by everyone you love and care about.
And the decision of "not being with somebody" brings along pain and hurt to the same people. It's not easy. Guess it's not meant to be easy but IT IS WHAT IT IS.
To all those who really care, I am in a good place and I hope everyone who matters in my life is too. Will not be commenting further on this. Upward and Onward ... Always.. (Folded Hands Emoji)
Kirti Kulhari rose to fame with Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury’s 2016 drama, Pink. Little was known about her personal life, including the fact that she was married.
Reportedly, the actress was married to Saahil Sehgal since 2016.
In an earlier interview with ETimes, Kirti said that even the media was unaware for a while that she was married. The actor went on to say that it was because she was not a big enough star for people to be interested in knowing about her life. Kirti Kulhari reportedly got married only a few months before the release of Pink and also that she is not somebody who would reveal too much for her personal life.
She opened up on her marriage to the portal and said,
Even the media didn’t know for a while that I was married. And that’s primarily because I wasn’t big enough (star) for people to be interested in knowing whether I’m married or not. I got very well known post 'Pink' and I got married 3-4 months before ‘Pink’ released. And also, I’m somebody who would not reveal too much about my personal life.- Kirti Kulhari
In another interview with ETimes, she had stated that her marriage has had a positive impact on her career. She had said,
I did not set out to become that woman but I think my marriage kind of coincided with Bollywood going through that change in mindset in the society. It is like you can be 30 and above and still be acting. You can be married, have kids, and still be acting. The industry was going through the transformation and I just joined the bandwagon.- Kirti Kulhari