Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin has broken up with wife, Sangeeta Bijlani and will file for divorce in court within few weeks.
The pair has been married for 14 years. as the story does not only end here as the reason for Azharuddin’s failed marriage is said to be badminton player Jwala Gutta.
Jwala Gutta ia a famous badminton player,was born on the 7th of September 1983 at Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh to Mr. Kranti, a Telugu man and Mrs. Yelan, a Chinese woman. Jwala, the elder among the two sisters, received her education at Hyderabad, and began playing the game of Badminton at quite an early age.She is an Indian Badminton Player, and is considered to be one of the best Women’s Doubles Badminton Players India has ever seen. Partnering along with Shruti Kurien, she makes one of the most deadly Doubles pair on the Indian Badminton court.
As per her personal life ,during her Badminton career, Jwala Gutta fell in love with fellow Badminton Player Chetan Anand, who has been the Junior National Badminton Champion in the year 1999, and Senior National Badminton Champion in the year 2003 and 2007, and has been honored with an Arjuna Award. The couple got married on the 17th of July 2005.
A source from the Andhra Pradesh Badminton Association quoted, “Whenever he is in Hyderabad, he is seen in Pullela Gopichand’s academy where Jwala practises and they both leave together. They head to some hotel but I am not sure if they stay together in the same room.”
"Jwala and her husband are not staying together at the moment and are even practising separately," he added.
Azharuddin, has two sons — Asaduddin and Abbasuddin, from his first marriage with ex-wife Naureen. He ended his marriage with Naureen after he started hanging around with former Bollywood actress Sangeeta Bijlani. At the time she was seeing Bollywood hunk Salman Khan.
Jwala Gutta on the other said says , ‘You can write what you want, it’s neither a yes nor a no.’ When media asked her husband Chetan Anand to comment on the news he told, ‘It’s a personal issue and I don’t want to comment anything.’