Getting your partner's name inked while in love is a trend of sorts everywhere. However, it all goes in vain after there's trouble in paradise. Well, we have many such examples in the entertainment industry itself. The most recent one here is TV actor Chahatt Khanna, who officially got rid of her estranged husband Farhan's inked name on her arm and replaced it with another design. Taking to her Instagram, Khanna gave a sneak-peek into her new tattoo and it's all things beautiful. Well, going by her caption, it looked like the actor waited for a very long time to do so.
In the picture shared by Chahatt, we could see her new tattoo. She has covered up her ex-husband Farhan's name with a big lotus. Her caption read, "Wisdom. Old tattoo gone finally!" Chahatt and Farhan had a controversial separation after Chahatt accused him of sexual and mental harassment. The duo filed for divorce after five years of marriage and their case is underway in the court. At present, Chahatt is living separately with her two daughters - Zohar and Amaira - whom she shares with Farhan. In an interview with BT, Chahatt had opened up on her decision of parting ways with Farhan.
She was quoted saying, "Leaving Farhan wasn’t an overnight decision. He had an inkling of what was coming. I put up with him because I feared being judged for the failure of my second marriage (The actor was previously hitched to Bharat Narsinghani). It’s not easy for any woman, as there is a lot of social stigma attached to it, but I’d had enough. So, just two days before my birthday this July, I decided to end the marriage that was anything but happy."
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Some days ago, Chahatt Khanna was linked to Bollywood singer Mika Singh after a couple of their cosy pictures went viral on social media. It was, however, revealed that the two had teamed up for a music single and nothing else.
image source: instagram/chahattkhanna
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