Posted: 06 December 2012 at 11:18am | IP Logged
Bakhkhu is a liar!! Shame on you. I knw Rajiv is Right becoz I read his one of the intervie just after his Divorce in which he clarified everything and said that he always wanted to stay with delnaaz.It was delnaaz who wanted Divorce.
here it is:
Rajev paul is Shocked at his wife allegationsVICKEY LALWANI, Mumbai Mirror Jul 12, 2012, 11.51AM IST
After being married for 14 long years, Rajeev and Delnaaz Paul separated in 2010. Recently, after the divorce came through, Delnaaz broke her silence and in an interview revealed how her life with her husband had become like the lead pair of an ongoing television series Kya Hua Tera Vaada.
Miffed with his former wife for hinting at an extra marital affair, Rajeev revealed that he was shocked at her sudden outburst.
"We had decided never to go public with what had transpired behind closed doors. But now, I guess I need to speak up. In her interview, she hinted at me not being a faithful husband. But I never cheated on Delnaaz," he said.
However, Rajeev was brave enough to shoulder the blame. "Honestly, it all began when my career was going through a rough patch. I was depressed and even contemplated suicide," said he.
Rubbishing rumours of the relationship going kaput over Delnaaz not wanting to have kids, while he did, Rajeev said, "The truth is, we both wanted children. God did not bless us," and added, "It was her call to call off this marriage. I didn''t want to end this relationship."
Their friends from the industry urged them for reconciliation. "Manish Goel, Pawan Shankar, Tanaaz and Bakhtyaar (Delnaaz's brother) tried their best. Even the judge told us to think again, when we went in for separation. But eventually, I realised in a conflict, one needs to let the woman win," said Rajeev.
When asked what Delnaaz meant by the 'relationship going dead', Rajeev said, "It's an individual perspective. What she hated, I may have loved. I would never call our relationship dead. But now I realise one thing — I wasn't demonstrative enough in my love for her. I never held hands in public or surprised her with gifts."
Rajeev's lack of expression made Delnaaz feel that he wasn't giving her sufficient time. "I was writing my book, Mumbai Mohabbat Aur Tanhai those days. (pauses) My book is one of the bestsellers today. All I can say is that my book succeeded. My marriage didn't," said the man who even dedicated his book to Delnaaz.
Pledging to stay with only the 'happy memories of his relationship with Delnaaz', Rajeev concluded, "I don't know what more to say. Lesson to learn? Men should be demonstrative in their love for a woman. And that goes for every married man, I guess."
So It is clear that Bakkhi is Lying