Radhika Kumaraswamy dismisses second marriage news

Radhika Kumaraswamy dismisses second marriage news

Actress Radhika Kumaraswamy, on Tuesday dismissed the news of her second marriage saying "I have not married for the second time as it has appeared in some social media. I am happy with my family. I will never have to marry again. But I am hurt by these rumours,” There were some rumours that were circulated in social media recently which said that Radhika Kumaraswamy had married Vivek Rai from Mangaluru. Photographs of Vivek Rai and Radhika Kumaraswamy were also circulated. Radhika spoke to media to dismiss the allegations of second marriage.

"Vivek Rai is my brother’s friend. He is into agriculture. As I was also planning to venture into agriculture a year back, I had gone to his farm in Kemmannugundi on a fact finding trip. Later due to my commitments, I had to cancel my agriculture plans. During that visit many photos were clicked including with my fans as well as with Vivek Rai. Some mischiefs have used these photos now to tarnish my name with second marriage rumours,” she added. "I am answerable to my family and my daughter for all these rumours spread. Vivek Rai has good relationship with my family. I will take legal action against those people who did this mischievous act of spreading fake news,” Radhika warned. "I presently stay in Bengaluru and am busy with my film plans. I want to act in my own film for which I am in search of a splendid story. I can never live away from films” Radhika concluded. A.R. Rahman, who is busy with Tamil film projects such as Rajinikanth's "2.o" and Mani Ratnam's "Kaatru Veliyidai", has completed composing nine songs for an upcoming yet-untitled project featuring his nephew G.V. Prakash Kumar. "Since it's a music-based film, Rahman was required to compose all the songs even before the shooting commenced. He has also completed a few portions of the background score. The project is slated to go on the floors later this year," a source in the know told. To be helmed by cinematographer-filmmaker Rajiv Menon, the film will star Prakash in the role of a drummer. "Most of the songs will be situational and will be part of the narrative. Hence, the film features nine songs. Prakash, who is a composer himself, is gearing up to play a drummer," he said.

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