Reports of singer Sunidhi Chauhan's marriage with husband Hitesh Sonik being on the rocks had started doing the rounds of the industry recently. It was being said that Sunidhi and Hitesh were facing tough time going along with each other. Hitesh had later rubbished the reports and refrained from talking about it saying, 'no comments'. This further added fuel to the rumours of trouble in Sunidhi and Hitesh's paradise. And while her fans were waiting for Sunidhi to address the rumours, the singer has finally broken her silence on her troubled marriage.
When Sunidhi was asked if she was facing marital issues with Hitesh, she told ETimes that everything is fine now adding that they have now been living together. "All good now. Hitesh and I are living together," she said. A source close to the couple had earlier said that Sunidhi and Hitesh were indeed facing issues in their married life but it was just recently that they patched up.
As per the reports, Sunidhi and Hitesh started having problems ever since they returned from their trip to Goa. Earlier, when Hitesh was asked about Sunidhi's reaction to the news, he had said, "Maybe she doesn’t want to comment on it because she finds the news too outrageous to even think about it."
For the uninitiated, this is Sunidhi's second marriage to Hitesh. The two had tied the knot in 2012 and welcomed their first child, Tegh, on January 1, 2018. Sunidhi was previously married to choreographer Bobby Khan at the age of 18. The two got separated from each other a year after their marriage.
Sunidhi returns to the world of independent music with Ye Ranjishein 20 years after her last solo release -- the 2001 track Pehla Nasha. Asked if the sudden boom in release of Independence music is a result of fewer Bollywood films releasing, Sunidhi has a different way to look at the situation saying that films or no films but still there is music everywhere.
Once film business revives after Covid cases reduce, and films start releasing regularly, would it pose a threat to independent musicians? "When business will be back and film music will be back, it will have no connection with single releases. Music that is good will work, be it film music or not. When films were releasing regularly and there was no lockdown, even then single tracks were working," she replied.
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