Anuradha Paudwal, who ruled everyone’s heart in the ’90s by her melodious voice is going through a rough phase at this point in time, as a Kerala lady named Karmala Modex, declared that she is Anuradha’s biological daughter. Karmala even filed a case against the sensational singer Anuradha Paudwal and dictated a handsome amount of Rs 50 crores.
Now, till now Anuradha Paudwal kept her cool on the entire issue, but now she has finally made a bold statement. When DNA got in touch with the singer, she stated that commenting on something like this is below her dignity. She told DNA, “I don’t clarify idiotic statements made by a******s! It is below my dignity. Thanks for your concern.”(ALSO READ: Anuradha Paudwal Revisits Her Past)
Later Anuradha’s spokesperson gave a concrete statement to DNA stating, “This girl (Karmala) is a psycho. Anuradha’s daughter Kavita was born in 1974 so Karmala’s claims are false. This girl (Karmala) is mentioning Anuradha’s husband, but she doesn’t even know that he passed away a while back and if Karmala is Anuradha’s daughter, she should give Anuradha money and not demand 50 crores.”
Earlier, Karmala gave her statement to Indian Express about the same and said, “About four-five years ago, my foster father Ponnachan confessed on his deathbed that my biological mother was actually Anuradha Paudwal. I was told that I was four days old when I was handed over to my foster parents. Ponnachan, who was posted in the Army in Maharashtra at the time, was friends with Anuradha. Later, he got a transfer to Kerala.”
Well, this real or fake mother-daughter issue seems to be to build up day by day. Karmala filed the case against Aashiqui singer, in the district family court, which asked her to be present in court before January 27, 2020.
Well, this is surely not a good start in the New Year for Anuradha.
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