In a lengthy Instagram post on Monday, Shaleen wrote: "Guys I have a humble request. A broken or failed marriage is between two people and no other gets the right to point fingers at anyone"
"I am in a very peaceful space, if not happy or content. I don't hold any regrets, grudge or ego. If Shaleen wants to co-exist, I am fine with it," said Dalljiet
"Rather than dragging on the matter in court, Shaleen and I have chosen to do it mutually. The court visits have been really depressing. After several meetings with (and without) lawyers and discussing many clauses keeping the future of the child in mind, we have reached a conclusion that divorce is best for both of us," Dalljiet said
While very few relationships that blossomed on the sets have stood the test of time, the rate of break-ups among actor couples is quite high - call it a curse of the glamour industry if you please