Shikhar Dhawan's Ex-Wife, Aesha Mukerji Threatens To Ruin His Career, He Files A Case Against Her

As per a report, Shikhar Dhawan filed a case against his ex-wife, Aesha Mukerji after she tried to defame and threaten him to ruin his career. Now, the court has strongly responded to the same!


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Shikhar Dhawan's Ex-Wife, Aesha Mukerji Threatens To Ruin His Career, He Files A Case Against Her

Indian cricketer, Shikhar Dhawan and his ex-wife, Aesha Mukerji have been hitting the headlines since their separation for throwing mud on each other and playing dirty games. Once again, Shikhar's wife dropped some defamatory messages to his IPL franchise Delhi Capitals’ CEO, Dheeraj Malhotra, to tarnish his reputation. Soon, taking strict action against it, Shikhar filed a case against her. As per reports, Shikhar was of the opinion that his ex-wife is trying to defame him and threatening him about ruining his career. Now, as the case went to the court, Delhi’s Patiala House Court's judge, Harish Kumar gave his say in order to restrain Aesha from doing so.

Jugde's order in Shikhar Dhawan's defamation case against his ex-wife, Aesha Mukerji

As per a report in The Quint, judge, Harish Kumar passed a strict order about Shikhar Dhawan's defamation case against his ex-wife, Aesha Mukerji. According to the report, the House Court has passed the order restraining Aesha from levelling defamatory allegations against Shikhar. However, Aesha also has the freedom to file her grievances to the concerned authority. The judge was quoted as saying:

“Reputation of a person is dear to everyone and is considered as property of highest degree because materialistic property can be regained after loss but reputation cannot be regained once damaged. Therefore, it has got to be protected. However, it is equally true that if anyone has lawful grievance against someone, he or she cannot be restrained from venting out his or her grievance to concerned authority. Therefore, in these circumstances, she is hereby restrained till further order from circulating any of her grievance against Dhawan or her version of the dispute involved herein or the alleged defamatory and false material against him, to social media, to print media or to any other’forum or to friends, relatives or colleagues of the parties.”

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Aesha and Shikhar

Shikhar Dhawan and Aesha Mukerji's love story

For the unversed, Shikhar Dhawan had connected to his ex-wife, Aesha Mukerji, who was ten years older than him, through Facebook. Afterwards, they got married on October 30, 2012, in a traditional wedding. Aesha also had two daughters from her first marriage, Rhea Dhawan and Aliyah Dhawan. And on December 26, 2014, Shikhar and Aesha welcomed their first child, a baby boy whom they lovingly named Zoravar Dhawan.

Shikhar Dhawan and Aesha Mukerji's separation post eight years of marriage

Everything was going well between them, and Shikhar had also set goals for his beautiful bond with his stepdaughters. However, on September 6, 2021, Aesha announced her separation from her cricketer-husband with a long post on her social media handle. Moreover, Aesha also got custody of their son, and started living with her three kids in Australia.

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Shikhar Dhawan and Ayesha Mukherjee

When Shikhar Dhawan revealed that he didn't meet his son for more than two years

On February 19, 2022, Shikhar Dhawan had taken to his IG handle and shared a heart-melting video with his son, Zoravar Dhawan. In the video, the father-son duo was seen hugging each other tightly, which spoke volumes about their love for one another. The doting father also planted a kiss on his son's forehead, and it melted our hearts. Along with the video, Shikhar penned an emotional note revealing that he had not met Zoravar for two years and shared that he misses him.

To watch the video, click here.

What do you think about the court's decision in Shikhar and Aesha's case?

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