Actress Renu Desai, the ex wife of Power star Pawan Kalyan has revealed that the news of her son Akira Nandan against her second marriage was true indeed, and has opened up on the reason behind it. Telugu actress Renu Desai, who had divorced Pawan Kalyan way back in 2012, has got engaged to a Pune based businessman recently.
She had shared the happiness of getting engaged by posting her photos from the engagement on her social media accounts. However, there was news making rounds that her son Akira did not like her second marriage, and the actress has now explained it. Renu has said that this marriage is an arranged marriage, and love won't be coming again and again.
She said that she had been happily
single for 7 years, and now she is happy that she is getting a good
hearted husband. She added that Akira is happy for her second marriage, and his
anger was because the menu did not have Paneer Butter Masala, Renu went on to
say that she's 37, and will live as per Indian traditions and does not believe
in Live in system.
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