Shikhar Dhawan married Ayesha Mukherjee nine years ago in 2012. They also have a son named Zoravar.
There is news of Shikhar Dhawan getting divorced. The post of his wife Ayesha Mukerji is going viral on social media. In this, Ayesha Mukherjee has written an emotional post and has written things related to divorce.
Although officially no statement has come out from Shikhar’s side in this matter yet. Shikhar Dhawan and Ayesha Mukherjee were married for nine years. Both got married in 2012.
Dhawan and Ayesha also have a son named Zoravar. Ayesha is 10 years older than Shikhar. He has two daughters from his first marriage. Then in 2014, Ayesha gave birth to Dhawan’s son Zoravar. When Dhawan and Ayesha got married, a lot of questions were raised. But Dhawan’s mother supported him.
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In the year 2020, there were reports of tension in their relationship. Both had unfollowed each other on social media. Along with this, Ayesha had removed the pictures of Shikhar from her Instagram account.
Although there were pictures of Ayesha on Dhawan’s account. Ayesha wrote on Instagram about the divorce, ‘Once divorced, it seemed that a lot was at stake the second time. I had a lot to prove. So when my second marriage broke up, it was quite scary. I thought divorce is a dirty word but then I got divorced twice. It’s funny how powerful the meanings and connections words can have. I realized this myself as a divorcee. ‘
Ayesha wrote about her experience of divorce
Ayesha further wrote, ‘When I got divorced for the first time, I was very scared. I felt like I had failed and I was doing a lot wrong at that time. I felt like I had let everyone down and also felt selfish. I felt that I was disappointing my parents. I felt that I was humiliating my children and to some extent, I felt that I had insulted God as well.
Divorce was a very dirty word. So imagine this happened to me again. It was terrible. After getting divorced once, for the second time I felt that I had a lot at stake. I had a lot to prove. So when my second marriage broke up it was very bad. The feelings I went through for the first time came back again. A hundredfold fear, failure, and despair. What does it mean?’