Rashami Desai Reveals She Was Depressed During Her Divorce

INDIAN COUPLES: TV actress Rashami Desai recently made headlines for her stint in Bigg Boss 13. She recently opened up about her broken marriage with Nandish Sandhu, and said that she was going through depression back then.

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“During my divorce, that entire period, I was going through depression. I never wanted it to happen. I never wanted a separation from the person I loved the most and I could say more than myself,” she told HT.

“I tried my level best. When it did not work out, I realized that it’s fine. I was the first person who said, ‘I want a divorce, I can’t be in this relationship..’” she told Republic.

The actress was married to Nandish for four years before their divorce in 2016. They were paired opposite each other in TV show ‘Uttaran’ and tied the knot in 2012. As trouble hit their paradise, the two decided to compete together in the dancing reality show ‘Nach Baliye’ in 2015 and give their marriage a second chance. But things did not work out and they parted their ways.

Rashami shared that she shares a cordial bond with her ex-husband now. “Yes, we had a lot of complaints, we did argue and fought for a lot of things but in the end, we are happy individually today. And I really respect that when we are together in the same place or bump into each other at a party, we are very cordial and we don’t have complaints anymore. That’s very beautiful. I am happy, he is happy. What else do you want in life?” she said.

All’s well that ends well! Though they are now separated, we hope Rashami and Nandish live a happy life ahead.

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