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Alaya F on her mom Pooja Bedi's divorce: My mom and step-mom are very good friends | – Times of India



Actress Pooja Bedi and her ex-husband Farhan Furniturewala‘s daughter Alaya F recently opened up about her parents’ divorce and how it affected her life. But contrary to common beliefs about divorce, Alaya said that her parents are friendly with each other even after their separation and that she is quite close to her step-mother and family.
Talking about how her mother Pooja Bedi and her father Farhan Furniturewala’s divorce affected her as a child, Alaya F told Bollywood Bubble in an interview, “My parents were going their separate ways, but I would see them all the time.They were very friendly with each other. Even today, they are great friends. My mom attended my father’s second marriage!”
She further added that as a child, after seeing her parents being co-ordial and friendly with each other, she never thought divorce to be a bad thing. “In my head, divorce was never really a bad thing because my parents handled their divorce so beautifully. When my friend was going through something similar (at home), I didn’t think it was a big deal. I was like, ‘It will be good for you, it will be great for your family’, because that’s generally how I thought divorce to be,” Alaya said.
Alaya also opened up about her equation with her step-family and revealed that she was close to them. “I am extremely close to my step-mom. My half-brother, who I even hate calling my half-brother because he is my brother, we have the same dad different moms, is like a piece of my heart, my child. So I can’t imagine a life where my parents had stayed together,” she revealed.
She also said that even her mother was quite friendly with her step-mother. “My mom and step-mom are also very good friends,” Alaya said about Pooja Bedi’s equation with her ex-husband’s wife.
While some divorces are ugly and can lead to trauma and resentment not just between a couple but also their families, few others are also quite amicable where the couple realises that they have grown-apart and decide to move on in life. Ultimately, even if a couple decides to head for a divorce, how they communicate and respect each other plays an important role in their future equation.

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