EXCLUSIVE: Vandana Sajnani Khattar on Rajesh’s ex-family: I’m friendly with Neelima & Ishaan Khattar is in touch

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Rajesh Khattar and Vandana Sajnani got married in 2008, and have been leading a ‘happy life’ with son Yuvaan. Before Vandana, Rajesh Khattar was married to Neelima Azeem, with whom he has a son Ishaan Khattar. However, Rajesh and Neelima parted ways in 2001. In an exclusive chat with Bollywood Bubble, Vandana opened up on her bond with Rajesh’s ex-family. Vandana Sajnani Khattar revealed her bond with Ishaan Khattar and Neelima Azeem.

Vandana Sajnani Khattar shared that Ishaan Khattar had come home when Rajesh and her son, Yuvaan, was born in 2019. Vandana also revealed that Ishaan and Yuvaan share a brotherly bond, while she is quite friendly with Rajesh’s ex-wife Neelima Azeem. “When Yuvaan was born, Ishaan came home, he was very tiny of course, so there was no interaction as such. So, Ishaan was playing with him and all of that, then they had a couple of video calls and stuff,” Vandana told us.

She continued, “But, immediately the lockdown happened. So, we never really got a chance to kind of go to Ishaan’s house, which we used to frequently, as I am very friendly with Neelimaa also. So, we used to go there sometimes or they used to come home.”

“Neelima (Azeem) has come home even after that, she has seen Yuvaan in a little more grown stage. However, then the lockdown happened, Ishaan was off to Goa for some time, and we were also home-bound. But, Ishaan has been very much in touch, all of us actually,” Vandana concluded.


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Vandana and Rajesh embraced parenthood in their late 40s. While Vandana was 44 years, Rajesh was in his 50s when Yuvaan arrived in their life. Sharing how life has changed after Yuvaan’s arrival, Vandana told, “Life has changed in many ways. It is like a dream come true. And now I really don’t want anything, because I have got what I wanted.”

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