By Shreya Sharma Last Updated:
For parents, the happiest and saddest part of their life is to send their daughter to her another home. They always find themselves in the middle of multiple emotions while preparing for their daughter’s wedding. On one hand, the feeling of finally settling their daughter with the right man makes them happy, on the other hand, the thoughts of letting their daughter go to an unknown home scares them. However, the feeling of being separated with their daughter is the one that hits them the hardest and makes them cry the most. Hema Malini and Dharmendra ji are similar to every other parent as the unseen picture shows the worry of beti ki shaadi clearly on their faces. (Also Read: Esha Deol's Rare Childhood Picture With 'Papa', Dharmendra, Standing On His Back For Horse Ride)
Dharmendra and Hema Malini’s elder daughter, Esha Deol always had a desire to marry a man as handsome as her father, Dharmendra and her wish had gotten fulfilled when she had found the ‘man’ of her dreams in Bharat Takhtani. Being from different schools, Esha and Bharat would often cross paths during inter-school competitions and while it was love at first sight for the latter, she had taken her sweet time to fall in love. Childhood sweethearts, Esha and Bharat had become each other’s forever on June 29, 2012, and are enjoying their marital life to the fullest with baby daughters, Radhya Takhtani and Miraya Takhtani.
Scrolling through our social media handles, we often stumble upon the pictures that take us back to the memory lanes, and remind us of the sweet memories. Going through our IG handle, we got hold of one unseen picture of Hema ji and Dharmendra ji dressed up gracefully for beti, Esha Deol’s wedding. While Hema can be seen in a red saree with golden butti work and border, cladded with jewellery, Dharam ji, on other hand, looked dapper in grey suit, white shirt, fuchsia pink tie and pink patka with golden border. The worry about beti ki shaadi can be cleary seen on their faces. Take a look:
Esha Deol had gone down the memory lane on the occasion of her 8th anniversary and had posted some unseen pictures from their wedding. To wish Bharat on their 8th anniversary, Esha had posted a picture from their wedding rituals and had written, "This day many years ago... my forever, my love, together for keeps together for eternity! Love u my BeeTee God bless @bharattakhtani3." On her IG story, Esha had posted a picture with her brother, Abhay Deol performing the wedding rituals and her parents, Hema Malini and Dharmendra standing by her side.
On May 19, 2020, Esha Deol had posted her vidaai video and it had given us a glimpse of the inconsolable Deol family. The video had perfectly captured the emotional moment of the family, the dewy-eyed bride and her sister and the teary-eyed parents. Esha had said in the video, “I’m someone who doesn’t cry so easily. I don’t remember the last time I probably cried. When I see that vidaai video, I cry, even today I cry. It was the most close-knit group of people of mine out there and it was something that was so magical, so heartfelt.” (Don't Miss: Sunil Dutt Had Once Asked A Top Actress To Stay Away from His Son, Sanjay Dutt Amidst Dating Rumours)
On Esha Deol’s vidaai, father, Dharmendra ji had talked about her jaan and her wedding and had said, “Esha meri jaan hai, meri bahaut pyaari beti hai. Betiyan badi hoti hai to unke liye fikr badhti hai ki achha ladka dhundha jaaye toh humein accha ladka mil gaya. Ab shaadi ho gayi hai ab vidai ho jayegi toh lagta hai ki paal pos ke bada karte hai fir ek din paraye ghar chali jaati hai.” (Don't Miss: Abhishek Bachchan Reveals Why He Got His Ear Pierced On Daughter, Aaradhya's Ear Piercing Ceremony)
We clearly cannot get over Esha Deol’s wedding and the unseen memories!
Dharmendra and Hema Malini have made a mark for themselves in Bollywood, which is hard to attain. While he is the ‘He Man’ of Bollywood, she is the Dream Girl. They had tied the knot on August 21, 1979, despite Dharmendra being a married man already. The superstar couple ofRead More