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Kavya Madhavan, the actress who is all set to make a comeback to movies, strongly dismissed the allegations, which states that she is the reason behind the divorce of the popular actors Dileep and Manju Warrier. Kavya says that she is tired of such baseless rumors and is not worried of such allegations anymore. The actress opened up about the issue in a reacent interview given to a popular Malayalam magazine.
Kavya says that she has been the prey of gossips from the beginning of the film career. She also added that she respect the institution of marriage; but is not ready for a second marriage. The actress stated that she doesn't thinks that marriage is the most important thing in a woman’s life.
Kavya Madhavan is currently filming for the upcoming movie She Taxi, directed by Saji Surendran. The actress has decided to be choosy about the movies she pick and says that she is considerate about the roles; not the number of movies. Kavya also added that she is willing to share screen with Dileep again; if everything falls at place.
On the other, Manju Warrier is planning to be active in movies with a handful of projects. The actress is currently filming for Sathyan Anthikad’s Mohanlal project. She will be next seen in Joshiy’s upcoming movie and Aashiq Abu’s next directorial venture Rani Padmini. Dileep, who is going through a low phase of his career, is planning for a complete track change, with some promising projects in kitty. The couple has filed a mutual petition for divorce in Ernakulam family court. The first hearing on the case is slated for January 2015.