Again I disagree with you ’s not AH who changed essence of the is the one who is favoured with the beginning each and every character had their own share of screen space and their Dt’s character gained prominence and changed to larger than portray her jagatmata, Raman’s character got tuned into mere other relationship got most importantly Raman Mihir bonding,Vandita’s prominence,and we lost the powerful performer Shruti Varma left the Shagun managed to they very much need Shagun to further the story and people started getting fed up of this one woman was the turning of a new ’s Kp who is actually changed him into a spectator is shown pulling the strings in the family every the Gulabo track fell Chachi420 which was completely Chachi they tried again to give Dt, the prominence .Can you deny that?You can’t always expect so called ishra scenes only or Ishita hurrying to change the world😊
Once I tried some words of praise for Kp in Sandip Sikhand’s twitter handle and I got don’t think he would have blocked me if it was Dt.
I am filing for a divorce and my sons father want joint physical as well as legal custody of him. We live in two separate cities less than a 100 miles apart from each other. I have agreed for my son to visit his father 3 out of 4 weekends out of the month, as long as he can afford to return him at the end of the visit. I drop my son off, and he is responsible for the return. Point is those 3 out of 4 weekends, a few holidays and a week in the summer does not constitute equal time which equals joint physical custody. Plus I’m the primary provider for all of his expenses. I’m afraid that if I bend to his demands the custody agreement will be null and void for the above mentioned reasons. I also worry that he can take my son whenever he chooses to if I agree to his terms, however he feels that I will do the same if I don’t.
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