Hardik Pandya and Natasha Stankovic Confirm Divorce: Cricketer to Transfer 70% of Wealth

In a surprising turn of events, Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya and his wife, actor-model Natasha Stankovic, have confirmed their divorce.

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Rohit Sharma

5/26/20241 min read

Mumbai – In a surprising turn of events, Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya and his wife, actor-model Natasha Stankovic, have confirmed their divorce. The couple, who married in 2020 and have a son named Agastya, have decided to part ways, with Pandya agreeing to transfer 70% of his wealth to Stankovic as part of the settlement.

Speculation about their relationship began when an anonymous post on Reddit suggested that Natasha had removed Pandya’s surname from her Instagram handle and deleted photos of them together, except for those with their son. This was followed by a viral post on X (formerly Twitter) claiming that the divorce was finalized, and the wealth transfer would occur.

Fueling the rumors, Natasha shared a cryptic Instagram story featuring a traffic sign and the caption, “Someone is about to get on the streets,” sparking widespread curiosity and discussion on social media. Despite the ongoing speculation, neither Hardik nor Natasha had publicly addressed the rumors until now.

The couple's relationship began with Natasha attending a party hosted by Hardik, leading to their marriage in a private ceremony in 2020 and the birth of their son the same year. Throughout their relationship, Natasha has often been in the public eye, facing social media trolling, especially after Hardik replaced Rohit Sharma as the captain of the Mumbai Indians in the IPL.

The confirmed news of their divorce has sent shockwaves through their fan base and the cricket community. Social media has been abuzz with reactions, with many expressing surprise and sadness over the split.

As of now, both Hardik and Natasha have chosen to remain silent on social media about the divorce, focusing instead on their personal lives and responsibilities towards their son, Agastya. Further details about the financial settlement and custody arrangements remain undisclosed.