Esha Deol gets engaged
Feb 13, 2012
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Esha Deol got engaged to businessman Bharat Takhtani at a very private ceremony at Hema Malini’s bungalow in Mumbai. Only very close family and friends were invited to this engagement ceremony. Notable among those who attended this event was Aishwarya Dhanush.

Esha is the daughter of Bollywood star couple Dharmendra and Hema Malini. Her debut film was Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe for which she won the Filmfare Best Female Debut Award. She has Ghost Ghost Na Raha, Raaz 3 and Kaanch - The Broken Glass in her kitty right now.

Speaking about the engagement, Hema said that it went off well and she finds her future son-in-law a very handsome guy. She added that the wedding date has not been finalized yet and once this is done she would make an announcement.

Tags : Esha Deol ,Hema Malini,Dharmendra,Aishwarya Dhanush
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