Popular Indian TV Actresses Who Got Married A Second Time

Hook-ups and break-ups are quite common  among  celebrities and eventually has become a quite common practice in their life. It is  rightly said that some get lucky in love right away while some take a second shot at it and eventually find happiness. When we talk about second marriages, there are quite a few pretty and glamourous ladies  from small screen who may have had a first failed marriage, but have gotten lucky a second time in love. Take a look at these pictures of  these TV stars who gave a second chance to love and  remarried .

  1. Shweta Tiwari

One of the most adored bahus from the telly land,. From a married woman and a survivor of an abusive relationship to a dignified single mother who mustered the courage to embrace marriage again, Shweta Tiwari’s personal journey has been one roller coaster ride. Shweta was married to actor Raja Chaudhary from 1998-2007 with whom she has a daughter named Palak.

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Shweta was beaten, harassed and tortured by Raja either at home or at her shoots. Having gone through so much, she made up her mind to end her abusive marriage and move on. After her divorce from Raja, Shweta found love in television actor, Abhinav Kohli ,they tied the knot on July 13, 2013.

Shweta-Tiwari-Second-wedding-picturesThe couple welcomed a cute little baby boy on November 27, 2016 and named him Reyansh Kohli.

Rucha Gujarathi

Rucha Gujarathi, who became popular for her role in &TV’s Ganga also had an unsuccessful first marriage. She was first married to a Mumbai-based businessman named Mitul Sanghvi from October 2010 – April 2013.

article-l-20161234812370345423000Just like many of her peers,Rucha too, was a victim of physical violence and mental abuse by her ex-husband Mitul and in-laws.After enduring an extremely abusive relationship and bitter marriage, the actress finally found love again in Vishal whom she met through a common friend.

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The couple got engaged in July 2016 and entered holy matrimony on December 12, 2016.

Chahatt Khanna

This beautiful actress from Bade Acche Lagte Hain too was a victim of physical abuse and mental torture.

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Chahatt’s first husband was Bharat Narsinghani, a businessman whom she married in 2006. But, within seven months of marriage, Chahatt walked out because of constant mental abuse.In 2013, things started looking up for this pretty actress and she happily married Farhan Mirza, a businessman, in February.

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On September 9, 2016, Chahatt and Farhan became proud parents to a sweet little princess. They have named their bundle of joy, Zohar Mirza.

 

4.Dimpy Ganguly

People didn’t know who Dimpy Ganguly was until she took part in Imagine TV’s Swayamvar reality show, Rahul Dulhaniya Le Jayenge and ended up marrying Rahul Mahajan.Rahul and Dimpy were married from 2010 till 2015.

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Dimpy too was allegedly a victim of domestic abuse. Dimpy’s life lit up once again as she bumped into her school friend Rohit Roy.

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The couple tied the knot in November 27, 2015 and welcomed a baby girl on June 20, 2016. The little one is already one of the favourite star kids.

Gautami Kapoor

Gautami and Ram make a fabulous pair looking pair but not many know this is the second marriage for Gautami.

article-20132428014528905000She was first married to a commercial photographer, Madhur Shroff. When she was shooting for Ghar Ek Mandir, she met Ram Kapoor.vThe two fell in love and got married in 2003. They have two kids, a daughter, Sia, and a son, Aks.

 

 

 


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