This Is How Jennifer Winget Overcame Emotional Trauma After Her Divorce From Karan Singh Grover

2:27 pm 23 Jul, 2018


Popular actress Jennifer Winget recently opened up on her life post-divorce from her ex-husband Karan Singh Grover. This is the first time the actress has spoken about what all she went through and how she dealt with the emotional trauma post separation from Karan.

The actress has won hearts by not only mesmerizing the audience through her power packed acting but by also by being strong especially when she was going through this heart-breaking transition in her life. Much has been said and talked about Karan and Jennifer’s relationship till now, however, people have only assumed that Jennifer was not at fault.



Here is the truth coming right from Jennifer Winget. As per a report, this is what Jennifer said:

“Failed is too harsh a term to refer to something you gave your best to, and tried hard at. It has not left me disillusioned. We should never close our doors on love. Why should it be restricted to a companion? There is no lack of love in my life. In fact, I have never been this happy and loved. I am in love all the time… Talking about marriage, it is a beautiful institution and it’s amazing if two people want to be together. However, the decision has to be mutual; it’s a team work.”


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Once both Karan and Bipasha liked and then un-liked one of Jennifer’s Instagram pictures. When Jennifer was asked about it, she said:

“I wanted time to understand what was going on and how to deal with it. I owed it to myself, my family and those who believed in me. People talk, but that’s alright with me. It was a life-changing experience. However, I didn’t feel the need to justify myself to anybody because it was my life and my choice. Neither did I feel the need to tell everybody that I am fine. One man entered my life and then left it — that’s all there is to it. It can’t be the be-all and end-all of my life.”




Jennifer Winget also mentioned that her marriage was not a mistake and that her family and loved ones have supported her in the bad times.

“It’s sad when any relationship, not just marriage, doesn’t have a fruitful ending. I had lived with him for so long, so it obviously took me a while to deal with the situation. I experienced a gamut of emotions, but I was so strong that I came out of it without any trouble. Also, I had a lovely support system in my family and friends. Today, all of us are in a happy space.”



Jennifer also insisted on the fact that earlier she was impulsive but now she thinks before taking any decision. When asked about her future marriage plans, she stated:

“I want to marry a good person, not his profession. If the person is good, the profession doesn’t matter. I hold honesty, simplicity and genuineness above everything.”


Jennifer Winget’s statements certainly reflects her maturity. What do you think?