India cricketer Shikhar Dhawan has opened up about his failed marriage with Aesha Mukherjee and admitted that he is going through a divorce.
Shikhar Dhawan and and Ayesha had married in 2012 and they were blessed with a baby boy Zoravar in 2014.
“I failed because the final decision is the person’s own. I don’t point fingers at others. I failed because I was not aware of that field,” Dhawan told Sports Tak in an interview.
“The things I talk about cricket today, I wouldn’t have been aware of the same 20 years back. It comes with experience.”
The southpaw revealed that his divorce case hasn’t been settled yet and said he might get married again in the future.
“Right now my divorce case is going on. Tomorrow, if I want to marry again, I will be much more wiser in that field. I’ll know what kind of girl I need; someone whom I can spend my life with,” he said.
“When I was 26-27 and I was continuously playing, I was not in any relationship. I used to have fun, but was never in a relationship.
“So, when I fell in love, I couldn’t see the red flags. But today, if I fall in love, I will be able to see those red flags. So, if I see those red flags, I will walk out. If not, I will carry on,” he added.
Dhawan also advised the youngsters to don’t take the emotional decision to get married in haste.
“Youngsters, when they get into relationships, they need to experience it. That’s important. They should not take an emotional decision in haste and get married,” he said.
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Spend a couple of years with the person and see whether your cultures match and whether you enjoy each others’ company.
“It’s also like a match; some might need 4-5 relationships, others might take 8-9 to figure things out. There is nothing bad in that.
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“You will learn from it, and when you take a decision on marriage, you will have some experience,” he said.
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