Hardik Pandya is now dating Esha Gupta


06 Jun 2018

After break-up with Elli, Hardik is now dating Esha

For the last few months, Hardik Pandya has been hogging the limelight more for his link-ups with Bollywood actresses than his all-round cricketing abilities.

Just when the rumors of his affair with Elli AvrRam subsided, reports of his relationship with Esha Gupta have emerged.

A leading publication has reported that Hardik and Esha have been dating for quite some time now.


Hardik and Elli have called it quits

Hardik and Elli have called it quits

As per the latest report, Hardik and Elli, who were often spotted together, have now parted ways.

"Elli wanted a commitment, while Hardik was looking for something casual. This led to a lot of arguments between them and they called it quits," the publication quoted a source as saying.

Esha gave a fresh start to Hardik's love life

"Hardik and Esha met at a party and hit it off immediately. The duo started chatting up, exchanged numbers and before we knew, they were an item," the report stated.

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They are extremely secretive about their relationship

Just like most of the celebrities, Hardik and Esha also want to keep their romance closely-guarded.

"Right now, both of them are hush-hush about their budding romance. They want to see how things turn out. They make their lunch and dinner plans secretively to avoid the public glare. Currently, they're in the phase where they're getting to know each other," the report said.

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