Social media influencer turned actress Kusha Kapila recently announced her separation from husband Zorawar Singh Ahluwalia. Though no reason was given for the separation, both Kusha and Zoravar put out the same post on social media, saying that they have given their all but ‘can’t do it anymore’. Meanwhile, Kusha has been trolled and shamed a lot. When things went too far, Zoravar stood up for his ex-wife.
He wrote, “What has happened in the last 24 hours, the vicious attacks on Kusha online, I am saddened and disappointed. Attacking Kusha’s character and portraying her as a villain is shameful. Let us Everyone please do better.”
Now Kusha has finally reacted to the trolling and criticism. On her Instagram story, Kusha told that she is now moving on. She wrote, “Moving forward, this topic is officially over for me. I haven’t made any statements to anyone and never will. I don’t have a PR team so no stories are out of whack. Ho Gone now.” done now). Also, I’ve banned countless profiles over the past two weeks, banned words, cleaned comment sections and hopefully, we’re on the receiving end of this but that doesn’t mean I haven’t seen many of you here Fought with senseless, senseless mosquitoes with reason and great dignity. It sucks that you have to do this but I promise I am cleaning up my feed slowly but steadily. End.”
Kusha Kapila’s separation post
Kusha Kapila and Zorawar Ahluwalia got married in 2017 after dating for a few years. Speaking about the same, he said that it has been a tough test but he has had time to deal with it. Kusha shared a post on Instagram, which read, “Zoravar and I have mutually decided to separate. It hasn’t been an easy decision by any means, but we know it’s the right one at this point in our lives.” The verdict is in. Love and the life we shared together has been our everything but sadly the present doesn’t align with what we want for ourselves. We gave our all, until that we could do no more.”
“The end of a relationship is heartbreaking and it has been a difficult test for us and our families. Thankfully, we’ve had some time to process it, but what we’ve shared and created together is worth a decade.” Stayed longer. We still need a lot more time and healing to move on to the next phase of our lives. Our current focus is on getting through this period with love, respect and support for each other.”