It’s known that Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan announced their separation last year. The couple, on December 14, 2013, called off their 13-years-long marriage and issued two separate statements to the media. And in April this year, the estranged couple filed for divorce on the grounds of mutual consent. And now, the news is that Sussanne, who is an established designer, has apparently demanded around Rs 400 crore from her ex-husband as alimony of which the actor has reportedly agreed to pay Rs 380 crore in settlement!

Hrithik Roshan shocked his fans last year when he stated in his statement that his wife Sussanne decided to walk out of their 13-year-old marriage. “This is my greatest tribute to love. Sussanne is and always will be the love of my life for the rest of my life. If her smiles are brighter without me, my love for her must accomplish that,” Hrithik had posted on his official Facebook page. But contrary to this, a separate statement by Sussanne called their separation as, “our own individual choices”.

“We are two individuals who respect and care for each other and have made our own individual choices. We are parents to two wonderful kids and our responsibility remains to protect and take care of them. Nothing can change that. Would appreciate if we are given our privacy in such a time. Thank you for your warmth and concern for both of us and the family,” Sussanne had said in her statement issued to the media.

Hrithik and Sussane have two sons — Hrehaan and Hridhaan — and were in fact seen together in Lonavala sometime back celebrating their son’s birthday. Meanwhile, Hrithik was seen with mom Pinky and his sons and their friends, spending some quality time over the weekend together in the city.

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