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Popular actor, Jaineeraj Rajpurohit is known for his stellar acting skills. For the unversed, he has began his acting career as a theatre artist in Bikaner. Afterwards, he shifted his base to Mumbai to get acting opportunities in the film and television industry. He has been part of many television shows, including Sufiyana Pyaar Mera, Balika Vadhu, Laagi Tujhse Lagan, Naagin and Miley Jab Hum Tum.
Moreover, Jaineeraj was currently shooting for a Bollywood movie, Salaam Venky, and has also been doing commercials. However, even after his professional life is known to all, we hardly know anything about his personal life. For the unversed, he had got separated from his wife in 2015. And after 7 years, he finally opened up about the same and revealed how he dealt with it.
In an interview with ETimes, Jaineeraj Rajpurohit opened up for the first time about his divorce in 2015. He also revealed how it took a while for him to get a grip on his separation. Though he mentioned that he and his wife got separated amicably, it used to haunt him for longer. He said:
“I got separated from my wife years ago in 2015. I was doing Balika Vadhu at that point and I didn’t want my work to get affected, so I always tried to leave my troubles back at home. But somewhere even while shooting, the thought of divorce used to haunt me. The problem was that we were from different walks of life and adjustments became difficult after some point of time. So we amicably decided to part ways. Both our families too respected the decision. However, it wasn’t an easy situation to deal with. It took me a while to get a grip over it.”
Further, in the same conversation, Jaineeraj admitted that it was the most challenging phase of his life, and he hadn't shared it with anyone else since he feared getting judged. He added:
“I feel our society tends to judge couples who have separated. So, I wanted to keep my relationship struggles to myself. I didn't want people to judge me or my wife. One should respect the fact that separation is a tough decision. Both the partners go through pain and agony before reaching a decision to end their marriage.”
At the end of the conversation, he explained his relationship with his marriage and how much he enjoys this phase in his life. In Jaineeraj's words:
“After my divorce, I looked around and actually saw that people are happier being single. So I guess I have just held on to that! Currently, I am married to my work. I am enjoying this phase in my life, where work is my only focus. I am not against the idea of marriage. I am open to getting into a relationship too if there is compatibility.”
What do you think about Jaineeraj's opinions?