By Shama Bhagat
It's no secret in the industry that Hema Malini has always been a doting mom and how she would make every decision for them. And now that Esha Deol has gotten married, Malini has hinted that she will not let her daughter settle anywhere else but Mumbai.
Hema Malini admitted to in.com that she doesn’t want Esha to settle abroad or even anywhere else in the country. She said that she is glad that her daughter will be staying in Mumbai because she would like to visit her often.
"Esha is not going anywhere after marriage and she will settle down in Mumbai. I am very glad because I didn't want her go anywhere else, but stay near me after her marriage. I want to meet Esha often," said Hema.
According to the grapevine, Hema had told everybody that Esha - who still has a few pending Bollywood assignments – will stay in the city after her marriage. The groom's side had readily agreed to her proposal. She now plans to launch her other daughter Ahana, who is a designer by profession.
"I am glad that the marriage ceremony is over and I am glad that I will be able to visit my daughter often because she will staying near me," she added.
Hema reiterated that Bharat Takhtani was Esha's choice and she had no role to play in it. She also said that she is glad that her daughter chose a groom who she also liked in the end.
"I am glad that she has married the man of her choice. I like him a lot. We had a traditional South Indian wedding with a few changes. I am also glad that all my film industry friends graced the occasion. A big thank you from me and Dharamji to everybody who accepted our invitation," the former superstar added.
However, Hema didn't mention Sunny or Bobby Deol in the conversation, who were conspicuous by their absence. Abhay Deol performed all the brotherly duties at the wedding.
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