Hrithik Roshan, Sussanne heading for divorce? Farah says no
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Looks like all is not well in the Roshan household. If rumours are to be believed, Hrithik Roshan and wife Sussanne's marriage is on the rocks.
The couple, who have been married for over a decade, have apparently been facing some problems for a while now. But looks like the rift between the pair has grown so wide that Sussanne has moved out of the Roshan residence and is currently staying with her parents, Sanjay and Zarine Khan.
There has been no official statement from the couple who are clearly keeping things on the down-low especially as Hrithik Roshan is busy with promotions of his upcoming sci-fi flick, 'Krrish 3', which is slated to hit screens on November 4.
Sussanne's quick departure from Rakesh Roshan's recent birthday bash also sent tongues wagging. Her absence from this year's Ganesh Visarjan certainly did not go unnoticed, as she has always joined in the Ganpati celebrations with the Roshan family.
Another give away is Hrithik's recent tweet: "Just a thought - your life is less about you and more about the people around u who love you!," he posted.
However, Sussanne's sister and jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali took to Twitter today and refuted the reports in an indirect way.
"Celebrities will always be food for gossip. Don't believe everything you read. Its a pity the media lives off personal lives. Get a life!," she tweeted.
The couple had earlier made headlines with news of trouble brewing between them due to Hrithik's closeness to his Kites co-star Barbara Mori.
Hrithik and Sussanne who were childhood sweethearts, married in 2000 and have two sons, Hrehaan and Hridhaan.
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