Urvashi Rautela rubbishes reports of Hardik Pandya being her ex-boyfriend

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Bollywood actress Urvashi Rautela has slammed a report calling Hardik Pandya as her ex-boyfriend.


She has requested YouTube channels to stop using videos that harm her reputation. The Great Grand Masti actress took to Instagram to share a screenshot of the video. She said such things hamper her family life.

Urvashi accompanied the screenshot with a write-up that said-


“I would humbly request respective media channels on YouTube to stop uploading such ridiculous videos as I have a family to answer and it creates problems for me.”

The screenshot says that the Bollywood diva has asked her ex-boyfriend for help.


Last year, rumours were rife that Urvashi was dating the cricketer. However, both of them decided to stay silent about it.

They were even spotted partying together. As per reports, Pandya was flirting with the Sanam Re actress at industrialist Gautam Singhania’s party. They supposedly had “eyes and ears for only each other.” Hardik’s brother Krunal Pandya was also seen enjoying himself out there.

Earlier, media linked Hardik Pandya first with Elli Avram and then Esha Gupta.


Regarding Hardik and Esha’s affair, reports claimed that the two were very much in love.

“They met at a party and hit it off immediately. The duo started chatting up, exchanged numbers and before we knew, they were an item. 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 and want to avoid the public glare. Currently, they are in the phase where they are getting to know each other.”

Meanwhile, Hardik has been rested for India’s upcoming tour of West Indies. His elder brother Krunal features in the squad for the 3 T20 matches.


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