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Coimbatore

Rambha moves court

Covai Post Network

Chennai: Actress Rambha moved a Family Court seeking to declare and appoint her as natural guardian of her minor children.

On 25 October, she had moved a family court seeking its intervention to be united with her estranged husband, who is now in Canada. The actress had submitted that she would like to live with her husband Indran Pathmanathan, a Canada-based businessman, whom she married in April 2010. The couple have two children and they have been living separately for some time now. She submitted that her husband was married to one Dushyanthi Selvavinayakam, which was not disclosed by him at the time of getting married and she came to know about it only later.

The actress contended that she had suffered a lot at the hands of her husband’s family. She was made to stay away from her children after a petition was filed by her husband in a Canadian court. After filing a petition in the Superior Court, she got her kids back. However, Indran deserted her and went to Canada, she submitted. As the Presiding Officer of the Family Court Sivadhanu was on leave, the matter was adjourned to 21 January, 2017 for further hearing.

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