Prabhu Deva looks forward to marrying his own Niece, full details inside

Bollywood’s famous choreographer Prabhu Deva always remains in the limelight owing to his dance as well as his personal life. Known as the ‘Michael Jackson of India’, Prabhu Deva’s dancing and choreographing style needs no introduction. Prabhu Deva is one of the most successful choreographers that Bollywood has ever seen, but he has not been successful in his personal life to that extent.

According to Zee News, After the divorce from his wife Ramlata, his relationship was discussed with many actresses of South. Now he is in the headlines due to his relationship with his niece. If reports doing the rounds are to be believed, then Prabhu Deva can marry his niece soon.

The news is increasingly going viral on social media. However, this news has neither been denied nor confirmed by Prabhu Deva or his team. According to a report, Prabhu Deva is dating his niece ‘Shobha’ and is going to marry her soon. However, it remains to be seen whether this viral news is true or not.

Prabhu is currently directing Salman Khan, Disha Patni and Randeep Hooda’s film ‘Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai’, not only that he will be seen playing the lead role in many South films. As an actor, Pon Manickavel is his 50th film. In this movie, he is going to play the role of a police officer for the first time.

Prabhu Deva’s professional life looks luxurious and relaxed but his personal life is completely opposite to this. He got married to Ramlata in 1995. Ramlata was a Muslim and a classical dancer, but she voluntarily adopted Hinduism after her marriage to Prabhu. The couple had three sons but the elder son Vishal died of cancer in 2008.

Later, Prabhu Deva’s relationship with actress Nayanthara has been in the news. Prabhu choreographed Nayantara in the Tamil film ‘Villu’. Meanwhile, both of them fell in love. But in the beginning both neither confessed nor ever rejected their love relation. In 2010, Prabhu revealed his relationship with Nayantara and decided to marry her.

However, his first wife Ramlata objected to this relationship and thousands of women came out in support of Ramlata and held protests, accusing Nayanthra of disrespecting the Tamil culture and even burnt an effigy of the actress.

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