Nimra Khan's husband confirms divorce

On the contrary, Khan had refused to comment on their relationship without dragging anyone through the mud.


Entertainment Desk August 12, 2021

Actor Nimra Khan, who allegedly separated from her husband after months of being married, recently refused to comment on her relationship status in an appearance on Naumaan Ijaz’s talk show.

However, Raja Azam, whom the actor tied the knot with in April 2020, took to his Instagram Stories to confirm their divorce in a live session. The video where he details the reason for their divorce has been shared on YouTube. In it, he can be heard saying, “We are divorced.” And in a rather derogatory manner, he goes on to announce that he “got rid of her” because “she was a headache.”

“I am old enough, I got rid of her, she was a headache, she was a proper headache,” he says in the live clip. Azam can be seen smoking in this video, which has also led netizens inquire if he was drunk too, given his mannerism.

On Ijaz’s talk show last week, Khan had commented on the reasons behind relationships failing nowadays, without mentioning her own. When the show’s co-host politely asked her why she had deleted pictures with her former husband on social media, the Blind Love actor became uncomfortable and requested for the matter to not be discussed.

And after witnessing Azam's announcement, it's safe to say that while discussing such sensitive matters, one should be like Khan.

The actor has also appealed for prayers on Instagram after revealing her fight with urethral stones. She shared two pictures of herself from a hospital bed writing, “in extreme pain, prayers needed for recovery."

In September 2020, several speculated whether Khan had gotten divorced or separated from her husband after she shared pictures of herself from an ‘accident’. Many asked whether her injuries were really the result of tripping down from a flight of stairs or domestic abuse.

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