Estranged couple Charu Asopa and Rajeev Sen were seen reuniting for their daughter Ziana’s first birthday. The ex-couple shared pictures from Ziana’s first birthday celebrations. Reacting to the same many netizens were seen sharing their reactions, take a look-
Charu-Rajeev Celebrates Daughter Ziana’s 1st Birthday Together
Ex-couple Rajeev Sen and Charu Asopa recently celebrated the first birthday of their daughter Ziana on 1st November. The two shared some pictures from Ziana’s birthday celebrations. Sharing pictures with his daughter Rajeev wrote, “With my birthday girl “. While Charu on the other hand wrote, “Some cute pictures of the Birthday girl…”.
Sharing another picture of her daughter Charu penned a heartfelt note for her daughter, she wrote, “Happy bday my pyara sa bachha. may god bless you with all the happiness. Your smile is every thing to me , keep smiling my jaan. Thank you so much for choosing me as your mother. I feel so lucky and so blessed. love you my puchkoo”
Reacting to Charu’s pic a user commented, “If this is your New house then this is very very beautiful than the previous one…you took a very good and brave decision….i wish good luck for both of you…keep going shining and get what you pray…. All the very best for your future….lots of love for ziana”, many other also shared their reactions.
In a conversation with E Times, Charua addressed her decision of reconciling with Rajeev, she said, “It was the biggest mistake (to give the marriage another shot). Aur dirty hota jaayega agar yeh shaadi aur drag hui toh.(It will get even more dirty if we drag this marriage even more). It will get unbearably toxic for Ziana. When I disclosed his ways to my family, they told me that I was taking the right step by parting ways. I have already got a house for rent. I will go straight there when I return to Mumbai. I will initiate divorce proceedings and hope he agrees to it without causing more trouble. Like previously, I haven’t asked for alimony. I don’t want to drag this marriage anymore. I have already wasted three-and-a-half years,”