Marriage is a scared business which not only need proper understanding and bonding between two exact opposite people but also required a lot of care. However, the increasing number of domestic violence cases somewhere draw a light on how things are changing. Earlier people used to say that the existence of such cases only because of illiteracy in society but what if TV celebs who are well educated tangled into the same.
Recently, TV actress Daljeet kaur accused her husband Shaleen bhanot of domestic violence. The winning jodi of Nach Baliye season 4 came in news after Daljeet raised her voice against hostile and unacceptable behavior of Shaleen. The actress along with her toddler son Shaarav has already moved to Bangalore from Mumbai and living there with her parents. Daljeet claimed that number of times Shaleen treated her very badly and even tried to strangulate her when she questioned him about a woman he was kissing.
Surprisingly, this is not the first time when TV celebs tangled under such charges. Earlier, TV actress Deepshikha Nagpal accused her second husband Kaishav Arora for being abusive. She claimed that he had not only threatened her with a knife but also badmouthed about her to her friend. Later, things worsened more which made the actress to approach cops to restrain her husband from entering house.
Even, bollywood actor Om Puri who is known for his effectic roles couldn't keep himself away from tangling into the same. His wife Nandita Puri file a complaint against her husband's ruckus behavior. The actor beaten his wife brutally with bamboo stick after which she suffered severe bruises and injuries.
Although these are actors and own special space in society but somewhere they frail to save their 'good image' from tarnishing. The celeb should be the one who emerge as an inspiration to others, who not only perform his societal duties but also show concern toward his personal life.
In a recent past, veteran actress, Rati Agnihotri accused her husband Anil Virwani for following the same norm and treating women as a object. From mental torture to physcial assault everything was tackled and silently beared up by the actress. After many years passed, she finally gave up and broke her silence.
Though we claim that we are leaving in a 21st centure, the era where everyone is at equal level. However, the presence of domestic violence cast a shadow on the orthodoxy of those people who still find that it is their right to assault one mentally, physically or sexually.
Let's hope that soon such vacuous attitude of people will change and things turn positively.