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John Abraham Finally Opens Up About Divorce Rumours With Wife Priya Runchal

Amid happy rumours of Bollywood celebs like Maliaka Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan reconciling, and Ranvir Shorey and Konkona Sen Sharma reconsidering their separation, news pieces suggesting John Abraham’s marriage with his banker wife Priya Runchal hitting rock bottom have been all over the place. 
We don’t know where it all started but multiple reports and even sources have spoken extensively about how John Abraham and Priya Runchal were drifting away and their marriage was falling apart. 
In fact, ever since John secretly tied the knot in 2014 with Priya Runchal, a financial analyst and investment banker in USA, trouble in his marriage have been reported several times and the reasons are as amusing as they can get! 

But John Abraham being the secretive yet humble man that he is, chose to stay away from speaking about it or giving any clarification to anyone whatsoever. But this time, looks like John had had enough when he decided to speak about his divorce and separation rumors from wife Priya. 
According to an article published in India Today, John Abraham politely snubbed all the insensitive rumours that were piling up as he said this: 
"I don't even feel like talking about this any longer. I mean, how long can I even continue clarifying things? Every other day, there is some rumour or the other. Let people say what they have to. I'm tired of repeating what I've already said. I'm tired of justifying things, telling people what is true and what is not."
This is not the first time that our beloved hunk had to step in to put an end to all these baseless rumours. Around the same time last year (right before Welcome Back’s release to be precise), John had to discipline anyone who was hinting that he was heading for a split. At least, that’s what this statement implies: 
It's all crap. I just want to dismiss all of these baseless rumours. Its release time, and people have no better work to do right now. I hope my words are more important than theirs, as far as my life is concerned. My film releases in a week. And I understand that we need to create stories right now, but this is so unnecessary. Let's just dismiss this. This is just not true. This is ridiculous. There is absolutely no truth to it. There's nothing wrong in my personal space, and I think that should be enough for all those who have been thinking otherwise.

News courtesy :Yahoo Style..

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