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Karan Mehra opens up about his divorce battle with estranged wife Nisha Rawal, says ‘it's been an emotional and painful time for me’

Presently fighting a legal battle for divorce with his estranged wife Nisha Rawal, TV actor Karan Mehra has opened up about the controversy surrounding his marriage, and much more. Back in June, his wife Nisha Rawal had levelled some serious allegations against the actor, accusing him of domestic violence and having an extramarital affair. Reacting to everything that has been said about him and his family, the actor in a recent interview with a portal said and I quote: 'It has been more than three months and I am fighting the battle. The matter is subjudice so I don’t want to talk much about it.' Karan Mehra was arrested for allegedly assaulting his wife. He was later released on bail. Amid the ongoing case, Mehra says he hasn't seen his son for over three months now. He said, 'I have not seen Kavish since more than 100 days, not able to enter my home or take my belongings. It has been an emotional, disturbing and painful time for all of us. We are fighting it as a family.' The actor also claimed that he and his family have been falsely implicated and it hasn't been easy for them. He continued, 'It is not right to put my parents through all this, especially when my dad is a heart patient. It is quite disturbing. The proceedings, the process and the fight are not easy. I am out of my house while she and her brother are in the house, aaram se.' He also went on to claim that he has proof of his innocence and he will surely share it with the authorities when the time is right. He further explained, 'You can’t go head on in such matters. One can say anything about anyone but it doesn’t make it the truth. I don’t have to counter and give my safai to every allegation and not doing so, doesn’t make me wrong. It doesn’t have to be a public trial. Kavish will see stories online of our fights. Things are being handled legally and I will let things take their course.'

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