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March 1, 2008 / lazybug

Invalid Marriage

Getting married was so much locha, I did not know. But as they say, in India, any thing is possible:

“Even though Sanjay and Manyata have filed a joint declaration with south Goa’s registration authorities seeking withdrawal of their marriage declaration, they will be husband and wife if their marriage as per the Hindu Marriage Act is valid,” Deskhmukh said.

But if Manyata has not converted before the marriage rites, then either party can challenge the marriage at the time of annulment, as it is an invalid marriage.

So much for being a secular country.

It seems, to register your marriage in Goa, you have to have lived there for at least 60 days. Another one of those strange rules of the bureaucracy that India is.

Poor Sanju baba. Trouble, in some form or the other, just doesn’t want to let go of him.

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  1. Ottayan / Mar 2 2008 12:34 am

    Akhil,
    I am a bit lost. What was the necessity of getting married in Goa?
    Was there a stay order in Mumbai?

  2. Krishna Aradhi / Mar 2 2008 6:16 am

    I agree with Ottayan here. Why Goa and not Mumbai?

    And when you think about that 60 days clause as a condition for getting married in Goa, it’s inexplicable. I wonder which babu came up with this idea. He must have been a retard.

  3. Liju Philip / Mar 2 2008 12:38 pm

    According to Goan laws, on divorce, the wife gets 50% of the hubby’s assets. Its an old Portuguese law which is still being followed in that state.

    Btw, this Manyata is no small shakes. She is the x-wife of a mumbai don (a small fry in fact) who used to have fun with all the female junior artists and threaten to throw acid on their face if they didnt listen to his dikats. That don is now rotting in the jail. And Manyata has moved on to Sanju baba.

    This Goa marriage was Manyata’s way of assuring half of Sanju baba’s wealth in case of a divorce (Sanju is known for his roving eye). Sanju’s sisters are not happy with the marriage, hence they stayed away.

    Isnt the whole thing getting clear now? In short, our Munnabhai is in deep shit 😉

  4. lazybug / Mar 2 2008 6:05 pm

    Thanks for all that info, Liju. I had no idea about Manyata’s history!. She indeed has made a shrewd decision. But it’s backfiring.

    Anyway, when you referred to the gangster did mean di(c)ktats? 😉

  5. assemkhan / Mar 10 2008 8:45 am

    Ya Sanjays got into a mess every now n then, btw who bothers? Most of us just listen to the news & keep talkin abt it(wasting so much time), does any1 go forward to solve his problems? Well why should we, its his problem n he is big enuf to handle it. Getting married is a pain it seems 😉

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