Swamy Ra Ra actress Pooja Ramachandran speaks for the first time about her divorce

The VJ-turned-Actress opened up about divorce from her husband and plans for her career.

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Actress Pooja Ramachandran is widely known for her impacting roles in films like Love Failure, Swamy Ra Ra, Dochay and Tripura. Pooja Ramachandran started her career in the entertainment industry as a VJ with a popular music channel in South India before entering films. Born in a Malayali Family, Pooja grew up in Bengaluru and studied visual communication from an eminent institute in Coimbatore.

Pooja was married to VJ Craig, who was also another popular personality in entertainment industry in South Indian circles. The couple got separated recently and the actress opened up about her personal life in a recent interview to a leading daily.

We divorced by mutual consent. It was one of the most difficult decisions that I have ever taken in my life. Nobody thought I would face such a situation. Craig and I don’t talk to each other anymore. I took a break from work for an year and just spent time on my own. I needed that break to come to terms with what was happening in my life. I don’t want to talk about why we divorced as I don’t wish to have any negative feelings about the separation,” said Pooja talking about her divorce from VJ Craig.

Pooja Ramachandran

Pooja says that she has had great support from her family and friends, and speaking about that the actress said,” My family has always been supportive of all my decisions. They have kept me grounded and I guess everyone requires that pillar of strength in their lives.”

Going by her choice of roles in films throughout her career, Pooja doesn’t seem to be someone who would grab any role that comes her way. Speaking clearly about her career, Pooja said,” I have never been someone who is very ambitions and career-oriented. I am in no hurry to sign films, or rush into anything. So, the divorce isn’t going to make me more ambitious. I will just continue to do whatever work that comes my way.”

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