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Just Like His Grandfather: Bigg Boss Fame Vanitha Vijayakumar Introduces Her Son On Social Media For The First Time!

Vijay Srihari was born to her during her first wedding!

Vanitha Vijaykumar, of Chandralekha and more recently, Bigg Boss Tamil 3 fame, has made an emotional plea to her estranged family, with whom she has been trying to rekindle her relationship for years now. While this has been an ongoing issue, the spotlight has fallen back on the relationship of Vanitha and her father Vijaykumar, a huge name in the film industry, as well as her numerous siblings, including actor Arun Vijay, after her roller-coaster performance in the popular reality television show.

Vanitha took to Twitter to express her happiness. She wrote, “My #Thalapathy #Superstar #Thala #ulaganayagan my #everything #mylife my #vijaysrihari doesn’t he look exactly like my papa #daddy.”

A fan of Vanitha’s asked, “I hope u met him.. n You like your dad so much?”

 

To which Vanitha replied, “My first and last love.”

 

Vanitha, who was also involved in a publicised custody battle of one her daughters with ex-husband Anand Rajan (a major talking point in Bigg Boss this season), currently claims she has no contact with her father’s family, ever since the death of her mother Manjula Vijaykumar, a prolific star of yesteryear South Indian cinema.

It is clear that Vanitha is struggling with a lack of communication. In a recent interview, Vanitha says if her family harbors any anger towards her, she’d rather ‘be scolded or beaten’ than be ‘hurt by the silence’. She expressed further disappointment in a string of strongly-worded tweets directed towards a recent picture taken of the Vijaykumar family, where Vijakumar can be seen surrounded by his other children all wearing T-shirts with the caption ‘My dad is my hero’.

 

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