Last year, rumours of Sunidhi Chauhan separating from her husband Hitesh Sonik had surfaced. While the singer chose to keep mum, her husband Hitesh had refuted the rumours. A year later, Sunidhi has finally quashed the rumours surrounding her troubled marriage. The Kamli singer has put all the rumours to rest for once and all when she said that everything is fine between them.
According to a report in ETimes, it was only recently when Sunidhi and Hitesh patched up. Commenting on her marital status, Sunidhi told the portal, “All good now. Hitesh and I are living together.”
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Last year as soon as the rumours of the singer living separately from her husband had started doing the rounds, Hitesh had told Bombay Times, “Maybe she doesn’t want to comment on it because she finds the news too outrageous to even think about it. We are living under the same roof. I am too busy cleaning the house to even read the news. We have divided the household chores in this lockdown period. Well, maybe she isn’t happy with my cleaning, which is why such a story has surfaced.”
Sunidhi and Hitesh had tied the knot in 2012. The couple welcomed their first child in 2018. This is Sunidhi’s second marriage. She was earlier married to Bobby Khan.
In a recent interview with Bollywood Bubble, opening up about the prejudices that she faced while starting out as a singer, Sunidhi said, “Yes, I did [face prejudices]. In the initial stage of my career, I did face prejudices. I have heard things like back your bags and go home because you cannot sing Lag Jaa Gale in the original key. He questioned my preparedness. He was a very big music director but thanks to him because then I went home and practised. Then, there was another music director who said that this kind of voice is not going to work. I was told that I have too strong a voice, it sounds like a man’s voice on an actress. So, pack your bags, you won’t survive here.”
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