What happened when Seema Sajdeh met Sima Taparia?

Seema Sajdeh shared several photos of her with Indian Matchmaking’s Sima Taparia. But what happened when the pair met?

What happened when Seema Sajdeh met Sima Taparia f

"I think she was sweating a little bit when I asked her that."

Seema Sajdeh shared pictures of her with Indian Matchmaking‘s Sima Taparia.

The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives star met with the famous matchmaker and in the first picture, Seema and Sima are standing opposite each other.

Another picture saw Seema placing her hand on Sima’s shoulder.

Seema captioned her post: “When we agree to disagree.”

Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives revolves around Sanjay Kapoor’s wife Maheep Kapoor, Chunky Pandey’s wife Bhavna Pandey, Samir Soni’s wife Neelam Kothari and Sohail Khan’s ex-wife Seema.

During an episode from the show’s second season, Sima visited Seema to help her find a match.

When she asked Seema why her marriage ended, she said that their views did not match.

She added: “I was following your formula because we were both trying. It’s not like we didn’t try together.

“And, when you have children, it’s a different situation.”

Sima then asked why it took 24 years to figure that out.

Seema became upset before joking that she is actually attracted to women.

But Sima was unhappy with her comment.

Seema said: “She was horrified. I think she was sweating a little bit when I asked her that.”

When Maheep joked that she can find a bride for Seema, the matchmaker said:

“I don’t do it. In India, it’s not open yet, so I am not doing that.”

What happened when Seema Sajdeh met Sima Taparia

Seema Sajdeh and Sohail Khan got married in 1998 and they had two children together.

They filed for divorce earlier in 2022 and divorce proceedings are ongoing.

Seema has since removed Khan from her name and reverted back to her maiden name.

Speaking about the separation, Seema Sajedh said:

“The thing is, if I were to wallow and it’s a deep dark hole that you can quickly spiral into.”

“So I choose to be on the other side. For me, this is what keeps me going.

“So even for the kids, for the family members, my brother or my sister. It’s not nice to see your sister wallowing or your daughter.

“Then you’re constantly stressed about that person.

“So it’s for them to see that I am looking at my life completely from the positive angle. I’ve let go of any negativity I might have.

“I think I have reached a point where I don’t care anymore.

“As long as these people know who I am, this is my family, my parents and my kids and my siblings.”

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