Many ex celebrity couples in the industry continue to remain good friends even after calling it quits. One TV couple who has continued to maintain friendship post-divorce is Shalin Bhanot and Dalljiet Kaur. They fell in love with each other on sets of their show 'Kulvaddhu'. Shalin and Dalljiet were married for six years but later called it quits. They have a son named Jaydon Kaur. Post-divorce, Shalin and Dalljiet have maintained a great relationship with each other. The ex-couple has let bygones be bygones and moved forward in their lives.
Today, the ex-couple was spotted together in the city. The duo happily posed for the shutterbugs. Dressed in a superman T-shirt and track pants, Shalin was at his casual best. Dalljiet, on the other hand, kept it casual in a black tee and denim. They stepped out together to get their dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Fans were happy to see their two favourite stars together.
One fan wrote, 'So happy to see them together,' another Instagram user wrote, 'Happy for them.' A third Instagram user wrote, 'I love both of them.. this was my favourite couple in Nach Baliye.' For the uninitiated, Shalin and Dalljiet participated in the fourth season of the dance reality show 'Nach Baliye' and won the show as well.
Earlier, in an interview with TOI, Dalljiet had revealed that she dated someone for a while after parting ways with Shalin. However, things didn't work out between them. 'I need someone who needs to live with me on my journey. By that I mean he needs to accept me as a single mother. I just hope that someone comes into my life with a kid of his own.' She is super active on social media. Dalljiet keeps sharing her stunning photos and adorable photos of her son all the time. Shalin is also an active social media user. He recently shared a picture with Pearl V Puri and extended his support to him who has been arrested on charges of allegedly raping a minor girl.
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