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Hrithik Roshan & Sussanne Khan is one of the rare couples, who are on good terms even after their separation. After being separated for almost an year, on the morning of November 1, 2014, Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan's divorce was finalized in the family court in Mumbai. In his recent interview with DNA, Sussanne Khan's father, Sanjay Khan talked about their separation and here's what he told:
Sanjay Is All Love For Hrithik & Sussanne
"I love Hrithik still and I love my daughter. They must have their reasons. Fine. But the good part is, they're still very good friends. And the children don't feel the negative impact of their separation because of the combined efforts of both to keep it working."
‘Hrithik Is The Father Of My Grandchildren’
"They holiday together; they take care of the children from time to time, babysitting and stuff. When people say that Hrithik is no longer my son-in-law, I say I have a relationship with him: he is the father of my grandchildren, and that can never be erased!
Sanjay Khan Concluded..
Sussanne Khan's father concluded as saying, "So... umm.... I still hope they get back together ... That's it!"
Sanjay Khan On Marriage & Separation
"It is sad and unfortunate. The institution of marriage is being eroded and isn't celebrated as it was in the earlier days when it was marriage till death do us part. My personal advice to all youngsters who get married would be to do their best to make it work. When we could do it in our times, why can't you?"