'Karan Mehra hasn't called son Kavish since his 4th birthday, never sent gifts he posted pictures of,' says Nisha Rawal

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In the month of June, actress Nisha Rawal had filed a case against her husband, actor Karan Mehra. She accused him of domestic violence and infidelity. Nisha and Karan are currently fighting the legal battle for divorce and their son Kavish’s custody. While the couple is no longer living together, the common thread that continues to tie them together is Kavish. In an interview, Nisha revealed that she doesn't want alimony from Karan but just the sole custody of Kavish.

Talking to a leading daily, Nisha said, "I don’t want any alimony. What will he provide me with that I haven’t given him? We built everything together. I started earning at a very young age and supported him throughout even before he became a part of YRKKH. I have done so much work and whoever I collaborated with will vouch for the fact that Karan was in charge of the commercials. He took away all my jewellery and everything I got with me during our marriage. I have asked him to return the jewellery he has disposed of because I need to start my life again. Meri mom ke property ke papers bhi uske paas pade hue hain, which I want him to return. There’s nothing that I am asking for myself. I am an independent girl and will look after my child and me."

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The actress further revealed that Karan never called their son Kavish post his birthday. She claimed that the gifts he ordered for Kavish never reached him. "He called just once on Kavish’s birthday (June 14) on an actor friend’s number to wish him. He posted a picture of gifts he had ordered for Kavish on his birthday. I want to know why those gifts never reached our son. Let me tell you, he hasn’t called Kavish even once since his birthday," Nisha told. 

According to reports, Nisha has been approached for Bigg Boss 15. There is no confirmation from the actress yet. 

(Source: Times Of India)

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