Mahima Chaudhry is perhaps away from showbiz for fairly a very long time now, however the proficient actress has all the time been related to her ardent followers by social media posts and updates. The diva, who made her grand Bollywood debut with Subhash Ghai’s movie ‘Pardes’ in 1997, reverse Shah Rukh Khan in a current interview, talked about her troubled marriage with Bobby Mukherjee. She additionally, revealed that she skilled two miscarriages throughout that interval. Mahima mentioned, ‘Earlier, you clearly do not inform your mother and father, you do not inform your folks since you really feel ‘oh, this was one challenge’ and then you definitely keep again after which yet another challenge and then you definitely keep again after which I additionally had a – I used to be additionally anticipating one other little one and I had a miscarriage. After which I had one other miscarriage, it was all due to you not being joyful in that area. Each time I wished to exit and do an occasion, exit and do a present, I used to return to drop my little one at my mom’s residence after which I stayed again two days and I used to really feel I am a lot extra comfy right here. She additionally mentioned that her husband was not by her facet through the tough time. Mahima revealed that when she lastly got here clear to her mom about her marital issues, her mom was supportive. ‘She mentioned, ‘I noticed you struggling, I noticed you up and down, and why are you beating your self up? If it isn’t, keep right here for some time and see does it make you are feeling higher,’ the actor mentioned, including that her sister was supportive as nicely. For the unversed, Mahima Chaudhry tied the knot along with her husband Bobby Mukherji again in 2006, and the 2 parted methods seven years later in 2013. In the meantime, speaking about her skilled life, Mahima, who was final seen in a Bengali thriller titled ‘Darkish Chocolate’, has labored in a number of the hottest Hindi movies like ‘Lajja’, ‘Dil Hai Tumhaara’, ‘Daag: The Fireplace’, ‘Yeh Teraa Ghar Yeh Mera Ghar’, ‘Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin’ and several other others.