Karisma Kapoor has filed a domestic violence plea against Sanjay Kapur and mentioned many incidents from her personal life. The actress revealed that once Sanjay told his mother to slap her.
According to TOI, ''Karisma Kapoor alleged that once after her pregnancy when she was unable to fit into a dress her mother-in-law wanted her to wear, he told his mother, "Why don't you just slap her...'' and her mother-in-law did not admonish him for being rude, but has always been "supporting his philandering lifestyle".''
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In the application filed by Karisma Kapoor, it is also mentioned that Sanjay Left their ill son, to play a Polo match. In July 2010 Karisma and Sanjay had to cancel a planned trip to UK to salvage their marriage as their son fell sick.
''Sunjay became angry and decided to carry on leaving me behind to take care of our sick four-month-old son just to play a Polo match with Prince William. Later when I joined, he would stay out late and return when I was up for son's 6am feed.''
"Even before our wedding his father made my mother cry and I immediately said that if his family could behave in this manner with a woman, the family could do anything in the future and I made up my mind to call off the wedding,'' the application stated.
''Sadly, better sense did not prevail and I was again fraudulently convinced by Sunjay and his family that the incident was on-off. On Honeymoon my husband doing calculations with his brother-in-law about how much I would be worth in terms of my wealth".
"I also realized that he had married me only as I was a famous and successful film star which would facilitate him to be reported in the press. It came as a surprise that he always wanted to be known in public and be famous, but since he never did any deed worth mentioning, he was not able to garner any attention.''
''Hence, the ulterior plan was to flaunt me as his trophy wife in the elitist social circle in Delhi where he was trying to gain prominence at that time,'' the court document she filed states.