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Divorce granted to Chef Kunal Kapur by the High Court over Cruelty by Wife

  • Posted on April 3, 2024

The Delhi High Court granted the well-known chef Kunal Kapur's divorce on Tuesday, citing his wife's cruel treatment as the cause. The court decided that the woman had treated him in an entirely inhumane manner and awarded the divorce as a result.

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The high court sided with Kunal Kapur following his appeal of a family court's decision to reject his divorce. Publicly making careless, defamatory, degrading, and untrue accusations about a spouse is cruel, the court declared, citing a long-standing legal standard.

After examining all of the case's details, we have come to the conclusion that the respondent, the wife, has never once showed the appellant, the husband, any consideration or sympathy.

Judges Suresh Kumar Kait and Neena Bansal Krishna among others have said that it is extremely disrespectful for one spouse in a marriage to act in such a way. Furthermore, the court determined that there was no legitimate cause to put him through the difficulties of cohabitation.

The long-distance couple were married in 2008 and had a kid that year.

Judge Kunal Kapur of "Master Chef" made a tearful plea, blaming his wife for disrespecting his parents and causing him to feel ashamed. The woman retorted that she felt duty-bound to be kind and faithful to her husband at all times, and she accused him of attempting to mislead the court by fabricating accusations.

Nevertheless, she claimed that he tried to conceal information from her and lie to her in order to obtain a divorce.

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Even though conflicts are unavoidable in each marriage, the court concluded that a marriage loses its sanctity when one partner's contempt and lack of concern for the other becomes clear during an argument.

In barely two years after getting married, the appellant rose to fame as a chef due to his commitment and perseverance. Given the significance of this fact, extra consideration is warranted.

Given the foregoing, it is wise to remember that the respondent is only attempting, in the court's view, to undermine the appellant by leveling charges. The bench determined that because such unfounded charges harm a person's reputation, they qualify as cruelty.



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