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Behroze Sabzwari on Shahroz and Syra’s unlikely bond after divorce and Sadaf’s role

Renowned actors Behroze Sabzwari and Javed Sheikh recently appeared on a morning show, shedding light on the divorce between Behroze’s son, Shahroz Sabzwari, and his former wife, Syra Yousuf. Their candid discussion offered a fresh perspective on co-parenting and maintaining familial ties post-separation.

The conversation sparked when Behroze was prompted to share his views on love marriages. He advocated for allowing children to make their own decisions, emphasizing the importance of familial support regardless of the marriage type. “If your kids are wise and they care about their family and its reputation, let them decide for themselves,” Behroze remarked.

Reflecting on his son’s love marriage, Behroze revealed the family’s acceptance and the eventual dissolution of Shahroz and Syra’s seven-year union, attributing it to incompatibility rather than societal pressure. “This whole thing with arranged marriages, I beg your pardon. Lots of love marriages too only last for six months,” he added.

Despite enduring public scrutiny and trolling, Behroze and his wife, Safina, remained steadfast in prioritizing their family’s well-being. They weathered the storm with patience and gratitude.

Behroze expressed admiration for his second daughter-in-law, model Sadaf Kanwal, showcasing the potential for growth and happiness beyond divorce. He proudly spoke of the family’s close bonds, emphasizing the joy brought by their grandchildren.

Guest speaker Javed Sheikh commended Syra and Shahroz’s exemplary co-parenting, noting the rarity of such amicable arrangements post-divorce. He lauded their maturity and compassion in prioritizing their daughter’s well-being, highlighting instances of their continued familial support.

The discussion also touched on the sensitive issue of forced marriages, with Javed stressing the importance of consent in Islamic teachings. He humorously critiqued societal norms that prioritize familial expectations over individual choices, advocating for a more nuanced understanding of religious principles.

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