Post Break-Up With Harshvardhan Rane, Here’s How Kim Sharma Is Keeping Herself Occupied

Kim Sharma is nursing a broken heart and seems like to keep herself distracted, the former actress has devised a way. We bring to you the details

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Post Break-Up With Harshvardhan Rane, Here’s How Kim Sharma Is Keeping Herself Occupied
Kim Sharma has just broken up with Harshvardhan Rane. SpotboyE.com had brought the sad news and told you that the couple has parted ways mutually and there is no bad blood between them. However, a break-up always leaves behind pain and an aching heart- mutual or not. We hear Kim is also undergoing the same feelings but the former actress has found out a way to distract herself from the split and work towards more positive things, like her career.

SpotboyE.com has learnt that Kim has taken up a job and is totally devoted to it. The company’s name is Playworx- ITW Consulting, which provides digital marketing solutions and does corporate events too. It encourages investments in sectors like Sports, media and entertainment. The office is in Bandra and the actress has started her new job, just a few days back.


You may recall, even after her divorce with Kenya-based businessman, Ali Punjani in 2017, Kim had started working with Indian Documentary Foundation’s programme Good Pitch India, which was founded by Jaaved Jaaferi. It was a non-profit organization and Kim didn’t charge anything for her services. It was her ex-boyfriend, Arjun Khanna, who had introduced her to the project.


Talking about her break-up with Harshvardhan Rane, well, it came as a big shock as the couple were going pretty strong together. Confirming our news, Harshvardhan had also posted a message on social media about parting ways with Kim. Coming to Kim’s new job, we hope the actress finds what she desires and excels in it. 


Image Source:- Instagram/harshvardhanrane/kimsharmaofficial
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