Ace cinematographer Jomon T. John and leading Malayalam actress Ann Augustine have decided to part ways after seven years of marriage and have filed for divorce. According to reports, Jomon had filed a divorce petition at a family court in Cherthala, Kerala, with a notice then being sent to Ann by the judge, who has asked her to appear for the hearing on February 9. Jomon and Ann entered wedlock in 2014, with reports stating the two had separated a few months back and have been living apart from each other. Furthermore, the former celebrity couple, who had photos on each other's social media pages, have deleted them. 

Jomon T John and Ann Augustine married in a fairytale wedding on February 2, 2014, with the reasons for the divorce unknown at this point. Earlier, Jomon had revealed that he fell in love with Ann, daughter of late Malayalam actor Augustine, and proposed to her for her hand in marriage three days after they first met. The couple are splitting ways after seven years of marriage, with fans on social media expressing shock over this latest news. 

A leading actress in Malayalam cinema, Ann debuted in 2010 in acclaimed filmmaker Lal Jose's Elsamma Enna Aankutty, which she followed up with roles in a number of notable films. She then landed a big role in the 2013 film, Artist, which earned her the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress. Since her marriage in 2014, Ann has starred in only two films - Nee-Na (2015) and the multilingual Solo (2017), in which she appeared in the World of Trilok segment.

Jomon too also garnered a big reputation across the country for his skills as a cinematographer, after he made his debut in 2011 in the Malayalam film, Chaappa Kurish. Since then, Jomon has worked in several notable Malayalam films like Beautiful, Thattathin Marayathu, Thira, Vikramadithyan, Oru Vadakkan Selfie, Ennu Ninte Moideen, Jacobinte Swargarajyam, Love Action Drama, including the acclaimed Dulquer Salmaan-Parvathy Thiruvothu starrer Charlie, which earned him the Kerala State Film Award for Best Cinematography. He also turned producer on the coming-of-age 2019 film, Thanneer Mathan Dinangal

Apart from his extensive work in Malayalam cinema, Jomon has also carved a niche for himself in other languages as well including making his Tamil debut in Sasikumar's Bramman in 2014. However, his biggest opportunities came when he was roped for Dhanush's romantic action thriller, Enai Noki Paayum Thota, under Gautham Menon's direction, including the Thangam segment directed by Sudha Kongara in the Netflix anthology Paava Kadhaigal. Jomon has also made a big name for himself in Bollywood after working in films like Golmaal Again, Simmba, and is currently awaiting the release of the highly-anticipated Sooryavanshi, which has Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, Ajay Devgn and Katrina Kaif in the lead roles, while also being recently announced to be a part of blockbuster director Rohit Shetty's upcoming multi-starrer Cirkus