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Are Hardik Pandya and Natasa Stankovic heading for separation? Details inside
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Are Hardik Pandya and Natasa Stankovic heading for separation? Details inside

| @indiablooms | 25 May 2024, 11:58 am

Mumbai/IBNS: The rumour over "all is not well" in the marital relationship between Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya and his wife, Serbian model-dancer-actress Natasa Stankovic was doing the rounds for quite some time.

The rumour gained massive momentum after Natasa removed the surname Pandya from her social media bio.

The speculations started after Natasa was seen missing in the stands cheering Pandya in the IPL matches.

The couple were also not seen sharing posts on social media together.

Hardik even didn't post anything on social media on March 4 this year when Natasa turned a year older. However, neither Hardik nor Natasa spoke a bit on the speculation yet.

Hardik and Natasa got engaged in 2020. They were blessed with their first child, a boy, the same year.

The couple renewed their wedding vows at a ceremony in Udaipur, Rajasthan on February 14, 2023.

On the cricket field too, Hardik had a tough time. After switching from Gujarat Titans to Mumbai Indians, Hardik's IPL season was disastrous both as the captain and cricketer.

With 4 wins out of 14 matches, Mumbai Indians finished last in the standings.

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