Soundarya Rajinikanth appears in family court regarding her divorce

Soundarya and husband Ashwin Ramkumar appeared in a family court regarding their divorce which was filed last year,

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Soundarya Rajinikanth appears in family court regarding her divorce

Super Star Rajinikanth’s younger daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth had filed for divorce from her husband Ashwin Ramkumar last year. According to latest developments, Soundarya and Ashwin Ramkumar appeared in a family court in Chennai regarding their divorce.

According to recent reports, Soundarya and Ashwin will have to file a joint memo regarding their separation in the next hearing. The court would grant divorce after it is satisfied with the joint memo filed by them. The process of separation for the couple has been smooth since it was with mutual consent that they wish to get separated.

Soundarya Rajinikanth and Ashwin Ramkumar got married in 2010 and have a child. The couple opted for divorce late last year and the case is in progress in a family court in Chennai.

On the career front, Soundarya Rajinikanth is currently directing Velliailla Pattadhari 2 which has her sister, Aishwarya’s husband, Dhanush playing the lead role. The film is a sequel to the 2014 release Vellai Illa Pattadhari.

Soundarya is a popular figure in the technical world of Tamil cinema because of her graphic designing skills. Soundarya has designed sketches and title for her father’s films like Padayappa, Baba and Chandramukhi. Besides these, Soundarya has also worked on graphic designing for films like Vijay’s Kaththi and Vishal’s Sandakozhi among other films.

Soundarya also directed the animated film Kochadaiiyaan which had Rajinikanth, Deepika Padukone and dancer/actress Shobana playing lead roles in it. Soundarya has also produced a film in Tamil titled Goa which was written and directed by Venkat Prabhu starring Jai, Vaibhav and Premji Amaran.

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