Nisha Rawal doesn’t need upkeep, however custody of the kid | Nisha reveals that Karan has not named Mehra a son since his birthday
| Updated: Monday, August 23, 2021 12:42 PM [IST]
TV actress Nisha Rawal, who accused her estranged husband Karan Mehra of domestic abuse, said she doesn’t want a single penny from Karan but wants custody of her son Kavish. She also revealed that the actor hadn’t called her son Kavish in six months or sent birthday presents he posted on social media (images).
In an interview with TOI, Nisha revealed how she was trying to save their marriage but was shattered when she found out about his extramarital affair. She even revealed that he took all of her jewelry and even has her mother’s ownership papers.
She said, “I don’t want any maintenance. What will he give me that I haven’t given him? We built everything together YRKKH. I’ve done so much work and whoever I’ve worked with will vouch for Karan to be in charge of the commercials. He took all my jewelry and everything I had with me during our marriage. I asked him to change the jewelry he threw away because I have to start my life over. Meri mom ke property ke papers bhi uske paas pade hue hain that he would like to return. There is nothing that I ask for myself. I am an independent girl and I will take care of my child and me. ”
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She added that Karan Kavish had just called on his birthday and asked about the gifts he had brought for her son but had never reached him.
She concluded by saying, “He only called an actor’s friend’s number once on Kavish’s birthday (June 18) to make a wish. He posted a picture of gifts he had ordered for Kavish on his birthday. I want to know why these gifts never reached our son. Let me tell you, he hasn’t called Kavish a single time since his birthday. “
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