Suzanne opens up about demanding alimony from Hrithik
One of the most happening incidents of 2013 is the separation of Hrithik Roshan and Suzanne Khan. One of the most ideal couple of Bollywood announced their split this year end and the news is followed by another breathtaking report about Suzanne Khan demanding 100 crore as alimony from her separated husband Hrithik Roshan. Grapevine buzzed that Suzanne has demanded Rs 100 crore as divorce settlement. But she denied the report.
Suzanne has demanded the amount for the upbringing of her two sons, Hrehaan and Hridhaan.
According to a leading entertainment website, Suzanne demanded this huge amount as she thinks this sum is nothing compared to Roshan’s immense wealth. Suzanne had the feeling that Roshans had earned enough from ‘Krrish 3’ success and her demand is quite justified as it is necessary for the upbringing of her two sons.
However, Suzanne denied the report of 100 crore as alimony. She said it is unethical to publish such wrong news.
“I was deeply disappointed when I read today’s article
titled ‘Sussanne and Hrithik Roshan divorce: Rs. 100 crore settlement? There is
no element of truth in the news and it is entirely speculative,” she said in a
“It is unethical to publish false news and speculate on the private relationships of individuals,” she added.
Hrithik Roshan announced his separation from wife Suzanne, “Sussanne has decided to separate from me and end our 17-year relationship. It is a very trying time for the entire family and I request the media and the people to grant us our privacy at this time,” says Hrithik,
Hrithik and Suzanne had a love marriage. They dated four years before tying the knot in 2000. Hrithik and Suzanne had been married for the last 13 years and have two sons, Hrehaan 7 and Hridhaan 5.Sussanne also issued a statement soon after Hrithik announced their break-up. She said, “Hrithik and I have always had the deepest respect for one and another. Our primary focus has and will continue to be our two children. I would yet again like to appeal that we are granted our privacy at this critical juncture in our lives,” she said.