BIOGRAPHY OF AARTI SABHARWAL AGE,HUSBAND, CHILDREN EDUCATION,CAREER

Aarti Sabharwal is an Indian fashion designer from Mumbai Maharashtra she is also an architect I was born in 1967 and she is also known as ex wife of famous actor Rajiv Kapoor.

She was a part of the Kapoor family for more than four years. Her husband Rajiv Kapoor is the youngest son of the Bollywood showman Raj Kapoor. Rajiv is younger brother of Rishi Kapoor and Randhir Kapoor. 

Family And Education

Aarti Sabharwal was born in 1967 according to this her age is 54 years. Her father was a businessman and her mother is a housewife. Aarti’s parents raised her along with her siblings in Mumbai and she completed her schooling from her hometown. 

After her schooling she moved to New York and enrolled her name at the famous parsons School of Design, New York, from this school she completed her graduation in the field of design and architect. 

CAREER

After completing her studies she came back to India and started focusing on her fashion designing. In 2004 she launched Her own  fashion brand named ‘Zacharie’ currently she works as a professional fashion designer and lives in Delhi along with her family.

Husband and children

Aarti Sabharwal is the former wife of famous Bollywood actor Rajiv Kapoor she was in a relationship with Rajiv since the year 1999.

After dating 2 years Aarti Sabharwal got married to Rajiv Kapoor in the year of 2001 after her marriage she left her work and started taking care of the home she was very close to her mother in law Krishna Kapoor who was the wife of Raj Kapoor. In the year of 2003 the couple gave divorce to each other with mutual consent.Rajiv and Aarti has no child. 

Personal Information

Name – Aarti Sabharwal 

Profession – Architect And Fashion  Designer

Famously Known As –  Ex Wife Of Rajiv kapoor 

Date Of Birth – 1967

Age – 54 Years Old 

Place Of Birth – Mumbai 

Nationality – India 

Religion – Hindu

Marital Status – Divorced

Husband – Rajiv Kapoor

Education – Graduation (Fashion Designing)

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