Shikhar Dhawan, an Indian cricketer, and his ex-wife Aesha Mukerji have grabbed the headlines for their messy divorce and mud-slinging at one other during and after their separation. As per the reports doing rounds on the internet, he has filed a case against his ex-wife for threatening his career and destroying his image.
According to reports compiled by BollywoodShaadis, Aesha sent defamatory messages to the CEO of Shikhar’s Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Delhi Capitals, Dheeraj Malhotra. Taking legal action, the cricketer is of the opinion that his ex is trying to defame him. The Patiala Court in Delhi has taken up the matter. Judge Harish Kumar has issued a strict order to restrain Aesha.
As per the media report, the court issued the order restraining Aesha from levelling defamatory allegations against the cricketer. It further states that Aesha has the freedom to file her complaints with the concerned authorities. Judge Kumar was quoted saying that a person’s reputation is dear to everybody and is regarded as the highest kind of property since materialistic property can be regained after loss, however, reputation cannot. As a result, it must be protected.
His statement also added that in any case, it is likewise true that if somebody has lawful grievance against someone, he or she cannot be restrained from venting out his or her grievance to concerned authority. As a result, in these situations, she is hereby restrained till further order from circulating any of her grievance against Dhawan or her version of the dispute involved herein or the alleged defamatory and false material against him, to social media, to print media or to any other forum or to friends, relatives or colleagues of the parties.