I have left my marriage to God: Charu Asopa on her troubled relationship with estranged husband Rajeev Sen



Sushmita Sen's brother Rajeev Sen made the right noise when he announced his wedding with television actress and longtime girlfriend Charu Asopa early last year and soon, tied the knot. The two became quite famous for their lovey-dovey pictures on Instagram but looks like a year after their wedding, now their relationship has hit a rough patch. Reports suggesting their problematic relationship went viral after Charu recently dropped Rajeev's surname. Adding to the rumours, the two deleted all their wedding photos from social media. 

Later, the two gave interviews confirming their troubled marriage and said they are not living together at the moment. Now, Charu talked about her married life in an interview with a leading daily and said, “I don’t wish to comment on that. If my marriage is destined to get better, it will. I have left it to God. If there is light at the end of the tunnel, I am sure I will see it someday.”

When asked if it is important to spend more time getting to know each other before tying the knot and she replied, “I don’t know, as I am not an expert on the subject. However, I don’t think that it is true. Long or short courtship period is not the deciding factor for a happy marriage.”

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However, on  the work front, the actress is excited about her new project. “The current phase is difficult for everyone and there’s nothing better than making people laugh. That’s why I felt that it was important to work in a comedy show. I am a bit nervous, because I will be shooting amidst the pandemic and am attempting comedy for the first time.” Ask her if she apprehensive about shooting in the pandemic and she said, "One has to start work someday. It seems like the pandemic will not get over anytime soon. So, one has to take precautions and start working."

(Source: TOI)