Yesterday, the whole media fraternity was in shock for two reasons. First, Dia Mirza announced her separation with husband Sahil Sangha after 11 years of marriage. Second, the writer of Judgementall Hai Kya Kanika Dhillon revealed to that her marriage with Prakash Kovelamudi is over. However, there were rumours which suggested that Kanika Dhillon was the reason for their separation.

And now, it is Dia who took to her Twitter handle posted a series of tweets to state that there's no third person between her and Sahil. Not only that she also requests the media to be graceful and allow them the time for some privacy. Read all the tweets inside the article.

1) This is to clarify and put to rest all kind of speculation that is being bandied about by a certain section of the media regarding my separation with Sahil. It is most unfortunate to see the level of irresponsibility exercised.

2) What is even more unfortunate is that our colleagues names are being tarnished and maligned by this media. As a woman I will not stand for another woman’s name being used so irresponsibly to perpetuate a lie.

3)There is absolutely no truth to the alleged reports and no third person is the reason for Sahil and I to part ways. We have requested the media to be graceful and allow us this time for some privacy. Really hope they can respect that.

However, just a while ago, we also reported that when the news was going viral, Kanika too took to Twitter and cleared the air of her rumoured affair with Dia Mirza’s husband Sahil Sangha. “Laughing” at the rumours, Kanika wrote, “Laughable-Despicable-Irresponsible! Fiction writing is my job! Can tabloids b a lill more responsible pls? Jst bcos 2news items come at d same time-They can’t b interlinked! It’s not a potpourri! Hav NEVER met Diya/ Sahil in my ENTIRE life! Pls get over it n let us get back 2work!”  

Image source: Instagram/ Dia Mirza
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