Hrithik Roshan's ex-wife Sussane Khan moves back with him amid coronavirus lockdown | See Pic
New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Amid coronavirus lockdown in the country, ex-wife of Hrithik Roshan 'Sussane Khan' on Wednesday temporarily moved back with him to take care of their kids-- Hridhaan (11) and Hrehaan (13). The War actor expressed his happiness by penning a long note for Sussane on Instagram that read, "It is unimaginable for me, as a parent, to think of having to be separated from my children at a time when the country is practicing lockdowns."It is heartwarming to see the world come together as one in this time of deep uncertainty and possibility of months of social distancing and potential lockdowns for several weeks perhaps.."
"While the world talks about humanity coming together, I think it represents more than just an idea especially for parents sharing custody of their kids. How to keep their kids close to them without infringing on the right of the other who also has an equal right to be with his/her children. . This is a picture of dear Sussanne (my ex-wife) , who has graciously volunteered to temporarily move out of her home so that our children are not disconnected indefinitely from either one of us. . Thank you Sussanne for being so supportive and understanding in our journey of co-parenting. . Our children will tell the story we create for them. . I hope and pray that in order to safeguard the health of ourselves and our loved ones, we all find our way to express love, empathy, courage, strength with an open heart," it added.
The news comes at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi has imposed a 21-day nationwide lockdown to control the spread of the COVID-19. Several B-Town celebs have cancelled their shoots and are staying safe at home.
Talking about Hrithik and Sussane, the couple had ended their marriage of more than 13 years after they got divorced in 2014. However, both of them continue to be on friendly terms and often meet each other for lunch and dinner dates, family holidays and to theatres with their children.
When it comes to the pandemic, a total of 543 active cases of COVID-19 were reported by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Wednesday.
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