5 Famous Indian Cricketer Who Married Twice
Cricket players are world-class athletes in their own right. Every news item—regarding either their on-field performance or personal lives—is important. The public goes crazy whenever a cricketer weds.
Take a look at some Indian cricket players who have had many marriages.
Karthik and Nikita Vanjara got wed in 2007. In 2012, Dinesh Karthik and Nikita divorced due to communication issues. She then married Karthik's colleague cricketer, Murali Vijay, and gave birth to his first child. He married squash player and former model Dipika Pallikal after his first marriage broke down. In August 2015, Dinesh Karthik married Dipika Pallikal as his second wife; the two have been together ever since. Kabir and Zian, twin sons, were born to the couple on October 18, 2021.
Mohammad Azharuddin, an Indian cricketer, married Naureen in 1987; however, he later engaged in an adulterous relationship with Sangeeta Bijlani, a Bollywood singer at the time, which led to Naureen's divorce. Then, in 1996, Mohammed Azharuddin and Sangeeta Bijlani got hitched. Evidently, Sangeeta wanted a divorce as a result of Azhar's alleged relationship with Jwala Gutta, a badminton player. In 2010, they were forced to call it quits by filing for divorce from one another.
Yograj Singh's son, the well-known cricketer Yuvraj Singh, is Yograj Singh. He has participated in one test game and six ODIs for India. Yograj Singh and Shabnam's son, Yuvraj Singh, was born following the dissolution of their union. After that, Yograj Singh married Satveer Kaur. They have a son named Victor and a daughter named Amarjeet Kaur.
Vinod Kambl's first wife was Noella Lewis. She worked as a front desk agent at the Hotel Blue Diamond in 1998. (in Pune). The pair exchanged vows at Poona's St. Patrick's Cathedral; tragically, they eventually got divorced. After the divorce, Vinod Kambli started dating model Andrea Hewitt. Vinod Kambli was married a second time when he wed the model Andrea Hewitt. The couple welcomed a child in June 2010. He converted to Christianity after marrying Andrea, giving his child the name Jesus Christiano Kambli.
One of Team India's top fast bowlers is renowned for coming from the state of Karnataka. The pacer was tall and slender, also known as the "Mysore Express." Javagal Srinath married Jyothsna in 1999; nevertheless, the two eventually got divorced in 2007. They had mutually decided to part ways. The fast bowler wed Madhavi Patravali a second time in 2008. Srinath's second wife works as a copy editor for an English daily and is a professional journalist.