As a woman separated from her husband, as a single parent, I may be imperfect and messy in all the roles that I play, but what I always do is try.
Divorce should be a choice for a woman who is unhappy despite appearances; her word about this should be equally valid. Something that Hindi cinema seems to have just realised.
As a trans woman, Bobby's divorce and alimony petition challenges the legal definition of the word 'woman'. Will ruling on this give the SC a chance to make it more inclusive?
Recently, actor Malaika Arora opened up on about her reasons to separate from ex-husband Arbaaz Khan; the new candour about divorce is refreshing in this country which still prides itself on couples staying together at all costs.
India has the lowest divorce rate in the world, and its 'culture' is proudly cited to be the reason. But is that really a good thing? What does this do to the couples in these marriages?
I was married at 20, and divorced within a year. Since then, I have been facing society's tainted way of looking at divorced women. When will this change?
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