Why Sanjeeda Shaikh And Aamir Ali SPLIT: THE REAL, INSIDE STORY- EXCLUSIVE

There are at least 3 REASONS why Aamir Ali and Sanjeeda Shaikh have parted ways. We bring you ALL THE DETAILS

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Why Sanjeeda Shaikh And Aamir Ali SPLIT: THE REAL, INSIDE STORY- EXCLUSIVE
While 2020 began on a kickass note for several people, for some it didn’t really bring in the desired happiness. Telly land’s good-looking couple, Aamir Ali and Sanjeeda Shaikh’s wedding hit a rocky patch. You read it FIRST on SpotboyE.com.

Sanjeeda moved out of their Lokhandwala residence and shifted to her mom’s abode, while Aamir continues to stay in the same house. In fact, another shocker came when it was reported that the couple has a 4-month-old baby via surrogacy. The baby stays with Sanjeeda and her parents at their house now.

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A lone Aamir is surely trying to put up a brave front as even when we contacted him, he replied back with a text message that said ‘All will be good’. It hints that he wants to get back, but Sanjeeda is adamant to not reunite.

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Now, we have learnt the cause and the story behind what led to their separation. So there are several reasons that together contribute to this. Firstly, Sanjeeda isn’t on good terms with Aamir’s mother and same way, her mother too hasn’t been in favour of Aamir, of late.

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Secondly, ever since Sanjeeda returned from London in Oct 2019, her behaviour towards Aamir saw a drastic change. Prior to her London trip, things were better between them. They quarreled, but it stopped at a certain point. What led to the sudden change in her attitude is something we still don’t know.

And the third reason is that the couple is facing a financial crunch. Both haven’t been getting sufficient work, of late. This has led to both blaming each other for the morass.



The rest, as they say, is history.


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