Karan Mehra and Nisha Rawal's marriage has hit a rough patch and the couple's fight shocked everyone as the former was arrested. Later, Karan was released on bail. Many of their friends had taken sides and supported the actors. Rohit Verma, who has been supporting Nisha, in his recent interview with Pinkvilla said that both are precious to him, but he will support his best friend Nisha.
Rohit was quoted by the entertainment portal as saying, "She is fine, she is going on. They (Nisha and Karan) both are very precious to me, but obviously I'll support my best friend because we have both grown up together and I have seen her journey."
He further added, "I wish Karan all the best in life, but I have got no relationship with him. I am supporting my friend."
When asked if the couple has plans of moving to court, he refused to comment on the same and said that he cannot give information about the same.
It has to be recalled that Rohit had shared picture of Nisha's injured face and had extended his complete support to her. A few days ago, he had given an update about Nisha's health, when she underwent surgery.
Karan and Nisha, who got married in 2012, have a four-year-old son Kavish. Karan was arrested following a complaint by Nisha accusing him of domestic violence. On the other hand, Karan had claimed that Nisha had herself banged her head on the wall and switched off the camera. He had also claimed that she is bipolar, which Nisha accepted and said that she is bipolar but not a psycho.
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