Vishal Reddy’s father GK Reddy has confirmed that the Tamil actor can get engaged in January 2019, together with his wedding going down later that year. The announcement has come back as a surprise to fans who had so far assumed that the Sandakozhi 2 actor was in an exceedingly relationship together with his co-star Varalaxmi Sarathkumar. As per the report Dinathanthi conjointly unconcealed that the actor can fly to Hyderabad together with his family for the engagement ceremony where the marriage date will be set. Whereas it absolutely was unconcealed that his fiancee’s name is Anisha, no alternative info regarding her or her family has been unconcealed.
Vishal, the current president of Tamil Nadu Film Producers Council (TNPC) and head of Nadigar Sangam, was within the news once he was inactive by the police for attempting to forcefully enter one in all the offices rented by TNPC. The workplace was locked by alternative producers who wanted Vishal’s resignation for not keeping his word. A group of producers conjointly alleged that the actor had put-upon the funds of the council, that amounted to over Rs 7 crore.
Speaking regarding his arrest to the media, Vishal Reddy aforesaid, “I was dismayed. I knew I had created several enemies…or rather I wouldn’t call them enemies, however people that don't seem to be on the constant page as me…Ironically they mistreated Maine with charges from the incorrect section and arrested me. To my good fortune, the honorable choose ordered my immediate unharness. It simply strengthens my belief in our country’s judicial system, and conjointly in my belief that the truth, which perpetually hurts the lying, can perpetually prevail. Bullying techniques won’t work with me. When they tried to stop me I refused to listen to them. Who are they to try to stop me? I am an elected President of the TFPC. How can they prevent me from going into my own office?” His father had also stood by the actor and had said that his son ‘would face the challenge and emerge victoriously’.
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