Vani Viswanath opens up about her love story

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Vani Viswanath who was a popular actress in mollywood in the 90’s shared her love story with her fans in an interview with Mathrubhumi Star and Style. Vani and her actor-husband Baburaj entered wedlock after they fell in love with each other on the film sets.

When the couple entered wedlock after 5 years long love affair, the audience were surprised as they never imagined Vani and Baburaj as pair even in films. When Vani was popular as heroine, Baburaj was seen as Villain in movies.

The audience were curious to know their love story. Finally, Vani opened up about it.

“During a movie’s shoot, I sang few lines of a song. I asked Babu Raj to sing the next lines. I thought he won’t have any idea on the song. But surprising me, he sang next lines of the song. Following this incident, we became good friends and used to phone to each other,” Vani narrated the beginning of their love story.

Baburaj won her heart when he shared his bitter experience as a prisoner.

He was jailed when he was a LLB student. He was convicted in the case as his friends were involved.

“Earlier, I thought that he must have involvement in the case. But later I realised that he was trapped. I realised that he is not a person like the villain characters which he portrayed on screen. All this thoughts made me fall in love with him,” said Vani Viswanath.

She also shared about their daily quarrels as husband and wife.

“We used to quarrel 24 hours. If he finds traffic block in Aluva, he will dial up my number on phone and scold me when I am in Chennai. But I enjoy all these silly quarrels. So I never get angry with him,” said the actress.

Vani and Baburaj have two kids named Archa and Adhri.

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