We’re happily married, says Bobby Simhaa on divorce rumours with wife Reshmi Menon

Bobby Simhaa, best known for his work in Tamil gangster-drama Jigarthanda, has denied rumours that his marriage to actress Reshmi Menon is heading towards a divorce.

By: Express Web Desk | Chennai | Published:September 19, 2016 4:40 pm
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National Award winning actor Bobby Simhaa, best known for his work in Tamil gangster-drama Jigarthanda, has denied rumours that his marriage to actress Reshmi Menon is heading towards a divorce.

“Not reacting to rumours, but for all those concerned ones calling us ‘We Are Happily Married’. The only thing we will be splitting is pizza. PS: Hoping people write about things that actually matter and not such baseless rumours,” Simhaa wrote on his Facebook page. Simhaa and Reshmi tied the knot earlier this year in April, after falling in love on the sets of last year’s Tamil thriller Urumeen.

On the acting front, Simhaa awaits the release of Tamil films Kavalai Vendam and Vallavanukku Vallavan.

Meanwhile, Bobby Simhaa will don khaki in his next yet-untitled Sarath Babu-directed Tamil-Telugu bilingual project. “Bobby will be seen as a fearless cop in the film, which will commence its shooting from October. A popular Telugu actor will be seen as the antagonist,” Sarath told.

his will be the second collaboration of Bobby and Sarath, after the latest release KO 2.
“I thoroughly enjoyed working with Simhaa. I’m looking forward to working with him again,” he said. obby Simhaa-starrer Tamil political drama KO 2 is off to a flyer at the Tamil Nadu box office where it has minted Rs.4.1 crore in the opening weekend.

 

“In its opening weekend in Tamil Nadu, the film netted Rs.4.1 crore and has already been adjudged a hit. The political season in the state has worked really well in the film’s favour,” trade analyst Trinath said earlier.