Hardik Pandya And Natasa Stankovic Heading For Divorce? Fans Speculate As Latter Drops ‘Pandya’ From Name

Speculation about actress Natasa Stankovic and cricketer Hardik Pandya’s relationship has surged after Natasa removed the ‘Pandya’ surname from her Instagram handle. This change drew significant attention following a Reddit post titled “Natasa and Hardik separated?”, sparking widespread discussion.

Marriage and Family

Natasa Stankovic, a Serbian model and actress, married Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya on May 31, 2020. The couple welcomed their son, Agastya, on July 30, 2020. Their relationship appeared strong, but recent social media activity has fueled rumors of a split.

Signs of Trouble?

A Reddit user noted several changes that led to speculation about the couple’s separation. “This is just speculation, but they aren’t posting about each other on Instagram Stories anymore,” the user observed. “Natasa used to have ‘Natasa Stankovic Pandya’ on her Instagram, but now she has removed his name.”

The post also mentioned that Hardik did not publicly acknowledge Natasa’s birthday on March 4. Natasha also removed the most recent photos of them together, except those including their son, Agastya. Additionally, Natasa has not been seen in the stands during the current IPL season, nor has she posted about the team, unlike in previous years.

The Reddit post received varied reactions. Some users were quick to assume the worst. One commented, “Not surprised at all,” while another noted, “Something’s definitely off between Hardik and Natasa. They aren’t together; she’s not seen anywhere.”

In March 2024, Natasa was subjected to online bullying due to Hardik’s poor performance in the IPL. Trolls left derogatory remarks on her Instagram, blaming her for Mumbai Indians’ poor start in the season.

Awaiting Official Confirmation

As rumours continue to swirl, neither Hardik Pandya nor Natasa Stankovic has officially commented on their relationship status. The online community remains divided, with some believing the couple has separated, while others advise against drawing conclusions based solely on social media activity.

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