After rejecting 150 marriage proposals and having excessive expectations concerning the lady he would marry, within the first season of Indian Matchmaking in 2020, Sima Taparia’s shopper and entrepreneur Pradhyuman Maloo appeared on the second season after discovering a associate off-screen, in actor-model Ashima Chauhaan by himself, in 2022. We’ve now solely learnt that the Mumbai Police have registered a First Data Report (FIR) towards Pradhyuman Maloo and his household, for allegations of home violence filed by his spouse Ashima.
It was proven within the episode that the 2 had been collectively since two years and had a grand marriage ceremony in Udaipur, Rajasthan in February, 2022. Nonetheless, Chauhaan left their dwelling in September 2022, and as per the FIR filed by her, she allegedly endured bodily and emotional abuse by her husband and his household, and her household was additionally allegedly subjected to blackmail and harassment.
Advocate Anmol Bartaria, representing Chauhaan, tells us, “The allegations with FIR lodged are grave and regarding with home violence and fixed psychological, bodily abuse at its core. The matter is within the investigative stage and needs to be carried in full swing. Ashima is within the strategy of taking acceptable authorized proceedings towards the accused in accordance with legislation.” He additionally shares that Chauhaan will not be within the psychological state to remark bearing utmost trauma and is at the moment, along with her household in Bengaluru.
We reached out to Maloo concerning the FIR filed towards him and he gave a stunning response. “I don’t find out about it. To the most effective of my information we’re in settlement talks with attorneys to resolve our martial points amicably,” he remarks. Commenting on the matter, Rushali Rai, who was one of many potential matches for Maloo expresses disbelief and says, “He doesn’t seem to be that individual. I heard that they’re breaking apart however didn’t find out about home violence. So far as I’ve identified him, this could’t be true.”