The first half of 2017 has passed and it has been quite unsavory for the love birds of tinselvile as several celebrity couples were seen parting ways.
The glam industry which has always been a benchmark for love and romance, has now been a witness to ugly break ups and divorces.
Indeed, these splits have left the audience shocked as it looks like the love is loosing its phase in B-town.
Here we bring you some of the heart clenching breakups that shook tinselvile lately:
Amit Tandon-Ruby Tandon: Television actor Amit Tandon, who had med his wife Ruby on social media, recently confirmed his separation and said the two have parted ways over compatibility issue. Amit and Ruby were married for over 10 years and have a seven year old daughter.
Avinash Sachdev-Shalmalee Desai: Avinash Sachdev-Shalmalee Desai, who got married in 2015, made an entry in the list after the reports of their troubled marriage surfaced the internet. It was reported that the couple's wedding hit a rocky patch months after their wedding over compatibility issues.
Mandana Karimi-Gaurav Gupta: Mandana Karimi left everyone appalled when she admitted to be a victim of domestic violence. The actress, who got married six months ago, alleged that she was abused and insulted by her in-laws. Mandana even filed a domestic violence case agaisnt husband Gaurav Gupta.
Pankit Thakker-Prachi: Television actor Pankit Thakker of 'Dill Mill Gaye' fame, too called off his wedding with Prachi lately. The news was confirmed by Pankit who stated, "We have been living separately since last 2 years. I don't want to get into the details as to why we are not together, all I can say is that we have mutually separated. Right now our son is our priority and we don't want to harm him in any way."
Soundarya-Ashwin: Even the Tollywood couldn't escape the break-up bug as megastar Rajinikanth's younger daughter Soundarya finally put a legal end to her seven year wedding with Ashwin early this month. Soundarya and Ashwin, who got married in September 2010, reportedly, agreed to part ways with mutual consent.