Mumbai Lawyer Lists Weird Reasons for Divorces: “Too Much Love”

Mumbai Lawyer Lists Weird Reasons for Divorces

Tanya Appachu Kaul, a Mumbai-based lawyer and content developer, presented some unusual reasons why couples seek divorce these days, and the list has gotten the internet buzzing. Although many individuals blamed the patriarchal mindset in society for many divorces, some stated that marriages today are a charade.

Ms Kaul took to Instagram to explain one of the reasons, stating that the wife dresses in a “vulgar manner” on their honeymoon. She further alleged that her spouse was studying for Union Public Service Commission exams and did not allow her adequate time.

“Wife refused to touch husband’s feet” and “wife doesn’t know how to cook and had to leave for work without breakfast” were two more reasons mentioned in the now-viral video.

Another woman claimed that her husband “gives too much love and attention and doesn’t fight at all,” which she blamed for her issues. The lawyer was most likely alluding to a case that surfaced in 2020, in which a woman from Uttar Pradesh requested a divorce from her spouse because he loved her too much and they had never argued during their 18-month marriage.

The Video Has Received Over 100,000 Likes and 1.6 Million Views

The video has received over 100,000 likes and 1.6 million views since it was shared. “Matlab Shaadi hi kyun karna hai, the caption of the post says.

“People want wedding not marriage these days,” one person said.

“Pre marital counseling should be made compulsory,” stated another.

Another person said, “Notice how men are asking for divorce because wives wouldn’t obey them and wives because they aren’t feeling loved?”

“People should stop getting married only,” remarked one.

“Shows that for those looking for excuses, even trivial issues can be a trigger,” a user commented.

“Snoring has also been seen in the news,” claimed another.

“Valid reasons why I don’t want to get married,” one person stated.

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