Ex Bigg Boss contestant, Mandana Karimi's five month old marriage with businessman Gaurav Gupta is in trouble. "It has been six weeks that she is out from her house and just from the past six-seven days, her husband Gaurav has stopped being in touch and isn't responding". The actress in her petition has demanded Rs. 10 lakh as monthly maintenance and a compensation of Rs. 2 crores for the trauma, agony and loss of business caused by their actions. She filed a case against her husband, Gaurav Gupta who owns a post-production company.
Different reports about the estranged couple came out including reports from Times of India saying that the actress was asked to quit her career after marriage. She also alleged harassment by her mother-in-law. Mandana is seeking a divorce from her husband Gaurav, whom she married in January 2017.
According to a report by a leading daily, Mandana was constantly insulted and was not allowed to meet her friends.
When prodded on why she was thrown out, she revealed that after an argument with her husband, she had gone to a friend's to cool down. "Gaurav has cut me off", she told Mid-Day. Furthermore, she also spoke about an instance when her husband Gaurav Gupta banned her from entering the house and that's when she made a decision to take an action against it. After which she moved out of the Juhu house and has shifted to the service apartment.
Karimi's lawyer Madhukar Dalvi said that the matter is now in court and that they would contest it as per law. The Bigg Boss 9 contestant had the dreamiest wedding.
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