US-Based Pakistani Woman Accuses Cezanne Khan Aka Anurag Basu Of Marrying Her For Green Card

Cezanne Khan who became the household name for playing a role as Anurag Basu in Ekta Kapoor’s Kasautii Zindagii Kay recently confirmed his marriage with UP-based girlfriend. The actor was supposed to get married in 2020 but had to postpone it due to the pandemic. While the actor is making headlines for his marriage, a US-based Pakistani woman Aisha Pirani (nee Merchant), has claimed that Cezanne Khan married her for the green card.

Cezanne Khan

According to a report published in Times Of India, Cezanne Khan and Aisha Pirani got married in the US between 2015 to 2017. She was quoted saying, “I don’t care if he gets married 50 times over now, but why is he hiding the fact that he was married earlier? He cheated on me and used me to obtain a green card in the US and lived off my money. The moment he got the Green Card, he filed for divorce,” claimed Aisha.

Aisha further added, “Honestly, I had some issues in my first marriage and that’s when Cezanne started showing affection towards me, when I met him at my husband’s house in Mumbai. He hid our marriage from his mother saying she wouldn’t approve of it, being an orthodox woman, who would want a younger daughter-in-law. I let the matter go since I was in love with him, until the second year of our marriage when he began chatting with his former girlfriend. When I objected, he started fighting with me.” As per TOI, Aisha, in her letter to the US immigration authorities and Mumbai Police, has alleged that Cezanne has two passports, both of which have a different date of birth. Aisha even shared the documents of her marriage with Cezanne.

When the publication asked Cezanne for his reaction to the lady’s claim, he instantly rubbished all the allegations by calling her an obsessive fan. “I was never married to her. This is a case of an obsessive fan. It’s irrelevant to talk about such people. She is just trying to gain publicity through me,” said Cezanne.

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