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Mayanti Langer Opens Up On Her Relationship With Stuart Binny

Stuart Binny, son of former India cricketer Roger Binny, and Mayanti Langer has a fascinating love story. Binny met Mayanti for the first time when she came to interview him. However, Binny not only gave the interview but also gave his heart. The duo dated each other for a long time before tying the knot in 2012. Recently, Mayanti went on to reveal the minute details of her relationship with the all-rounder. 

Mayanti Langer's stock has only gone up ever since she bursts on to the scene and is currently one of the leading broadcasters in Indian cricket. Despite her popularity, Mayanti has been at the heart of criticisms and intense trolling due to her husband and out of favour India all-rounder Stuart Binny. However, this hasn’t affected Mayanti’s love for her husband.

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In a candid chat, Mayanti Langer opened up on their relationship and how they made it big after coming together. Stuart Binny also made his international debut in 2014 after his marriage with Mayanti although he only had a brief stint in the international colours. 

“When we met each other, we were both nowhere. ICL had finished abruptly so he was banned from the system. He hadn’t accepted BCCI amnesty, so he had nothing going for him. I had left Zee so I had nothing going for me. We weren’t nobodies, but we were normal individuals. Everything good that has happened to us in our respective careers has happened after we got together," Mayanti said. 

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Furthermore, Mayanti Langer also said that the game of cricket has brought them together. She also hoped that they will do something together in the future for the game which has given so much to them. 

“If that journey brought us together, and made all these incredible things happen for each other, then something is going to work out in the future as well. Maybe we can combine and do something because our lives are so similar and cricket has given us everything," Mayanti concluded.