Esha Deol & Bharat Takhtani to separate after 11 Years

After more than 11 years of marriage, Esha Deol and Bharat Takhtani have announced they will be separating.

Esha Deol & Bharat Takhtani to separate after 11 Years fd

"We’d appreciate our privacy is respected.”

Esha Deol and her husband Bharat Takhtani have announced their separation after more than 11 years of marriage.

According to a joint statement, the couple said that the separation is “amicable”.

Rumours about their marriage had been circulating, however, a joint statement to the Delhi Times read:

“We have mutually and amicably decided to part ways.

“Through this shift in our lives, the best interests and welfare of our two children is and will be of utmost importance to us.

“We’d appreciate our privacy is respected.”

Esha and Bharat got married in June 2012 and are parents to two daughters.

In June 2023, Esha and Bharat celebrated their wedding anniversary as Esha wished her husband with a few photos on social media.

She shared in the caption: “For keeps for eternity @bharattakhtani3 #weddinganniversary #11 gratitude.”

However, speculations about their separation began after Bharat wasn’t seen at Hema Malini’s birthday. He also did not attend Esha’s birthday celebration.

In her parenting book published in 2020, Esha Deol shared that her husband felt “neglected” after they welcomed their second daughter.

In her book, Amma Mia, Esha shared:

“After my second baby, for a short while, I noticed that Bharat was cranky and irritated with me.

“He felt that I wasn’t giving him enough attention.

“It is very natural for a husband to feel this way because at that time, I was consumed with Radhya’s playschool fiasco and feeding Miraya, and I was also between writing my book and dealing with my production meetings.

“So, he felt neglected. And I immediately noticed the error of my ways.”

“I remembered the times when Bharat had asked me for a new toothbrush, and it had slipped my mind, or when his shirts hadn’t been pressed or when I sent him off to work without bothering to check what he’d been given for lunch.

“He’s a man of very few needs, and if I couldn’t look after him, there was something wrong. I quickly made sure to rectify it.

“Bharat is different; he tells me directly, to my face, if he senses a problem.

“But there may be men who are not so forthcoming. It falls on you to keep the romance alive.

“I figured that I hadn’t gone out for date nights or a movie with him in a while. So I decided to step out of my tracks, loosen my bun, wear a nice dress and go out with him on the weekends.”

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”



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