In Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar-starrer "Toilet: Ek Prem Katha", Jaya left her husband Keshav's house as there was no toilet in it. A similar script is playing out in real life in Madhya Pradesh's Shivpuri district. Nancy decided to leave her in-laws' house after she was forced to defecate in open near a burial ground.
Nancy married Jeetendra in April this year and after staying at his place for some time, she decided to return to her parents' house.
"Since there is no washroom at my husband's house, I was forced to defecate in the open. I decided to come back to my home. I have informed them that I am not willing to come back till they build a washroom in their house. My husband has agreed to do the same," Nancy said.
The couple's newly-married life got into turmoil after they were apparently forced to take up the matter to a Pariwar Paramarsh Kendra.
"At the Kendra, my wife said that she will only come to my house when I will get a washroom constructed for her. Currently our financial condition is not that good, but I will try my best to do what she has asked for," Jeetendra said.
"Toilet: Ek Prem Katha", which released in August last year, did well both critically and commercially.
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