TV Actress Juhi Parmar's Low-Profile Life Post-Divorce
Actress Juhi Parmar, celebrated for her portrayal of Kumkum in the iconic TV series 'Kumkum,' was once a prominent and beloved figure in the entertainment industry. Her charm and simplicity earned her widespread admiration, but her life took unexpected turns, leading her to embrace a quieter and more personal journey.
Juhi Parmar's journey in the world of television began over two decades ago. For the past 25 years, she has been a stalwart in the industry, capturing hearts with her role as Kumkum. Her television career commenced in 1998 with the show 'Woh,' and she subsequently graced screens in 'Choodiyan' and 'Yeh Jeevan Hai' just two years later. After a brief hiatus, Juhi made a triumphant return with 'Kumkum' in 2002, solidifying her status as the reigning queen of television.
During her successful phase, Juhi Parmar's on-screen chemistry with actor Sachin Shroff became a fan favorite. After a period of dating, the couple tied the knot in 2009, and in 2013, they welcomed their daughter, Samaira. However, as life often unfolds, issues began to surface in Juhi and Sachin's married life.
In 2018, Juhi and Sachin faced the challenging decision to go their separate ways, ultimately leading to a divorce. Custody of their daughter was awarded to Juhi, marking the beginning of a new chapter in her life. At present, Juhi Parmar is solely responsible for raising her daughter, Samaira. She often shares heartwarming photos and videos of their precious moments together on social media, offering a glimpse into the loving bond they share.
In addition to her role as a doting mother, Juhi has chosen to maintain a relatively low public profile. The glitzy world of showbiz, where she once shone so brightly, has taken a backseat in her life. Instead, she dedicates all her time and energy to nurturing and guiding her daughter through life's journey.
Juhi Parmar's story serves as a reminder that even those who have achieved great fame and success in the entertainment industry are not immune to the challenges and complexities of life. Her graceful navigation through these challenges, prioritizing her role as a mother above all else, is a testament to her resilience and strength.
- PTC PUNJABI