Soundarya Rajinikanth to reportedly marry actor-businessman Vishagan Vanangamudi on 11 February
Soundarya Rajinikanth was earlier married to Chennai-based businessman R Ashwin for seven years.
Filmmaker Soundarya Rajinikanth will reportedly marry actor and businessman Vishagan Vanangamudi in February. According to India Today, the date of the nuptials is 11 February, and the pre-wedding haldi and mehendi festivities will be held on 9 February. Before the wedding ceremony, a pooja will be conducted at Rajinikanth's residence in Poes Garden, Chennai.
Bangalore Mirror writes that while Soundarya's engagement in 2018 was a low-key, family affair, the wedding will be a grand event at a luxury hotel in MRC Nagar. Her elder sister Aishwarya R Dhanush has reportedly been tasked with inviting the guests.
Mirror and India Today also state that Soundarya is currently shopping for trousseau as she was spotted at a well-known sari store in Chennai.
This will be Soundarya and Vishagan's second marriage. She was earlier married to entrepreneur R Ashwin for seven years, with whom she has a three-year-old son Ved Krishna. Vishagan was married to a magazine editor, Kanikha Kumaran.
Soundarya began her career in film industry as a graphic designer in Sivaji, Chennai 600028 and Sandakozhi. She made her directorial debut with Rajinikanth-starrer Kochadaiiyaan in 2014, which also featured Deepika Padukone. She last directed her brother-in-law Dhanushk and Kajol in Velaiilla Pattadhari 2, also known as VIP 2.
Vishaghan owns a pharmaceutical company and recently starred in Manoj Bheeda's crime thriller Vanjagar Ulagam.
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