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Bollywood actor, Fardeen Khan left the filmy world for over a decade and lived happily ever after with his wife, Natasha Madhvani. After dating for a couple of years, Fardeen proposed to Natasha on a flight, and in 2005, the couple got married. However, it seems like, after eighteen years of relationship, the two have decided to part ways. According to several reports, they have been living separately for the past year.
Fardeen and Natasha also have a daughter Diani Isabelle Khan, and a son Azarius Fardeen Khan. Recently, a report in The Times Of India claims that Fardeen and Natasha have been living separately for a year. They have decided to part ways as differences in their marriage have cropped up. The report also stated that Fardeen is residing in Mumbai with his mother. On the other hand, Natasha is in London with her family.
A source close to the couple revealed that it has been over a year since they parted ways. The estranged couple decided to go separate ways when they could not handle the issue. The source was quoted as saying:
"It’s been over a year since the two have been living separately. Issues started cropping up between the two. When they were unable to cope with the circumstances, they decided to separate ways for the betterment of each other."
Fardeen Khan is the son of Feroz Khan, and when he passed away, it left a huge impact on him, in an interview with Bollywood Hungama. Fardeen shared that he had gone through a challenging phase after his father died of lung cancer in 2009. It was one of the primary reasons he had given up on films, as he struggled in his personal life.
Fardeen also expressed how during the same time he was suffering to plan a family, and decided to try IVF. He revealed that Natasha suffered because of it. He was quoted as saying:
"We had a bad experience with doctors here in Mumbai and Natasha really suffered, it's very very hard on the body and your health. In 2011, we made a shift to London, we found a really really nice doctor there. In one of her initial pregnancies, we had twins, and she lost them at six months. So that was very very hard for us, it was a tough time. She did a live birth, and we lost the babies."
We hope everything gets better between Fardeen and Natasha!