Lady boxing champion Mary Kom is very happy about a film been made on her but Mary Kom's husband says that he wants to sue the makers of the movie.
Mary Kom's husband, K Onler Kom wants to sue the makers of
Mary Kom film as they have portrayed every aspect of Mary
Kom's life, even the lady and her husband's personal marriage
Well, before you take this in a wrong way, let us clear that
Mary Kom's husband is equally happy about the film been made and
the remarks by Mary's husband are on a funny note.
During the music launch of Mary Kom Film, the boxer's
husband was also present and he candidly said that he should sue
the makers of the movie as they showed their private moments of
marriage and romance making on the screen too.
"I should sue you guys for exposing out our personal life. You
people included everything in the script right from how I kiss Mary
to how I hold her," said Mary Kom's husband on a funny note. "But I
must say, this movie made me more romantic," he added.
Meanwhile, Mary Kom's beloved hubby also proposed her on stage
saying that he loves her and he will always love her.
Check slider to see some of the rare pics of Mary Kom
with her family...
Mary Kom And Her Husband
Mary Kom married K Onler Kom in 2005 after dating each other for
Mary Kom With Her Family
Mary Kom first met with her husband in 2001 when she was on her
way to National Games in Punjab. They have two sons Rechungvar
Mary Kom With Her Sons
Mary Kom was born at Kangathei, in Manipur. Her parents, Mangte
Tonpa Kom and Mangte Akham Kom, worked in jhum fields.
Mary With Her Beloveds
Although Mary had a keen interest in athletics from childhood,
it was the success of Dingko Singh that inspired her to become a
boxer in 2000.
Mary Feeding Her School-Going Son
Mary started her training under the close eye of M. Narjit
Singh, Manipur State Boxing Coach at Khuman Lampak,Imphal.
Soft Side Of Mary Kom
Mary is a five-time World Amateur Boxing champion, and the only
woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the six world
Mary With Her Husband And Little One
Mary Kom has started India's first female-only fight club at
Imphal to teach thousands of girls to defend themselves against
sexual violence in India.