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Actor Sahil Khan divorces Negar

IndiaFM News Bureau

Posted: Jul 14, 2005 at 1304 hrs IST

Actor Sahil Khan and his Norwegian wife Negar Khan have been in news ever since Negar has been deported in February. Many surprises came in during that incident, one was the fact that the couple had actually married in September 2004.

It's hardly been a year to the marriage; the couple has decided on a mutual divorce. A lot of factors have lead Sahil to file for divorce. The main thing, emphasizes the actor, is the cultural difference between the two. Secondly, the distance is affecting their relationship.

Sahil is also upset with the recent topless pictures of Negar that have been splashed over the world media. He isn't sure whether the fashion show fiasco was a mistake or a publicity stunt. “I cannot stand my wife being shown naked in public”, says an infuriated Sahil.

The marriage according to Sahil is also affected due to Negar's mom's constant interference in the relationship.

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