Trisha Krishnan To Tie The Knot With Nayanthara’s Ex Simbu, Say Reports

South actress Trisha Krishnan and actor Simbu are reported to tie the knot soon

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Trisha Krishnan To Tie The Knot With Nayanthara’s Ex Simbu, Say Reports
Actress Trisha Krishnan may soon tie the knot and be a married lady, say recent reports. The news of Trisha planning to tie the knot with actor Simbu has surfaced on the internet. The two created magic on screen in the movie, Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa and have been adored by the audience for their chemistry on screen. However, neither Trisha nor Simbu have reacted to it. The news of them getting married surfaced on the internet after Trisha’s ex Rana Daggubati made his relationship official with Miheeka Bajaj. Now, a report in Filmibeat suggests that Trisha is also planning to settle down in matrimony. 

Trisha and Rana reportedly dated for a few years before they parted ways, post which the actress exchanged rings with entrepreneur- film producer Varun Manian in the year 2015. However, the actress called it quits when Varun reportedly asked her to give up on her career post the wedlock. Meanwhile, Simbu’s romantic involvement with Hansika Motwani and Nayanthara was also talk of the town. Followed by which the actor was also said to be tying the knot with a London based girl, but his family denied the news.

Instead, his parents in a statement stated of looking for a suitable girl whose horoscope matches their son. The statement read, “We are looking for a suitable girl for Simbu based on his horoscope. We will announce the news to the world once we find the perfect girl for him. Till then, kindly do not believe in baseless rumours about our son's wedding.”


Simbu and Trisha’s short film, Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn which released amidst the lockdown in June on YouTube, garnered a positive response from the audience.





Image Source: Instagram/trishakrishnan/iam_str
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