TV Roundup: Sana Khan says she didn't get married for trolls; Diya Aur Baati Hum actor Anas Rashid shares first pictures of newborn son

After a series of gloomy and unfortunate news in 2020, tinsel town is bringing in the end of the year on a positive and blissful note. While some celebrities are enjoying marital bliss, some are embracing parenthood. Here's how television stars are making headlines:  

Sana Khan opens up about trolls after marrying Anas Saiyad

On November 21, former Bollywood actress Sana Khan got married to Surat-based Maulana Anas Saiyad. Now, as she is enjoying her honeymoon in Kashmir, Sana reacted to trolls and backlash for marrying days after quitting showbiz to 'serve humanity'. Talking to a leading daily, Sana said she didn't get married for trolls and called her husband a good-looking man. 

"People trolled me and wrote nasty comments on my Insta handle. That’s so distasteful. They did that because I decided to quit the industry and lead my life in a certain way. Well, how does my marriage concern anyone? I did not get married for these trolls. My husband is a good man and I find him good-looking, maybe you don’t. I don’t care," Sana told.

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Diya Aur Baati Hum actor Anas Rashid embraces fatherhood once again with a baby boy

Diya Aur Baati Hum fame actor Anas Rashid and his wife Heena Iqbal welcomed a baby boy. The actor shared pictures of his son named Khabib Anas Rashid on his Instagram account. In the pictures, the baby is seen with his grandparents.  

"My father welcomes home his grandson -‘Khabib Anas Rashid’ Thanks for all your priceless love and wishes on this awaited occasion," Anas wrote while sharing the pictures.

Anas married Heena in 2017 and welcomed a daughter named Aayat in 2019.

Jodha Akbar fame actor Ravi Bhatia ends his marriage with Indonesian wife Yulida Handayani

Television actor Ravi Bhatia has parted ways with his Indonesian wife Yulida Handayani. The couple tied the knot in 2016 and has a three-year-old son. Talking to a leading daily about his separation, Ravi told that Yulida and he were dating for a few years. When they learned about her pregnancy, they got married. 

"Yulida and I were in a relationship for a short while, but she got pregnant and we got married. When we got married, she was three months pregnant. Marriage is a big decision and it needs to be given a serious thought," Ravi told.

Calling Yulida a nice girl, Ravi said cultural differences were one of the reasons for their separation. "She’s a nice girl, but cultural differences were some of the reasons for the break-up. She could not settle down in Mumbai due to the language barrier. She did not make many friends and to an extent, that was my mistake, too. I was so busy pursuing my career that I could not give her quality time. She used to feel lonely and missed her family a lot. So, we both felt it was best to separate amicably and live happy lives," he added. 

(Source: Instagram/Times Of India)