Prabhu Deva's wife Ramlath has demanded the police and judicial setup to take immediate action against actress Nayantara for her illegal affair with Prabhu Deva. Deva married Ramlath 15 years back and they have 3 children. Few months ago they lost their elder son who was suffering from the 4th stage cancer.
After this incident, it is said that Deva"s behaviour has changed and has reduced his visit to his residence. He spends most of his times with actress Nayantara, as alleged by Ramlath. According to the reports, the actor turned director has entered into a secret wedlock with Nayantara and are living together in a bungalow in Hyderabad. Both Prabhu Deva and Nayan haven't refused these reports and keep silence on this issue. Both have been together spotted in many places and film events.
A couple of days ago Nayan visited Mumbai along with Prabhu Deva and attended the premier of Wanted directed by the latter. After the show, both jointly met the press and gave a silent nod to a question about their marital status.
Now Prabhu Deva's wife has come out from her silence and blasted Nayantara for her attitude of 'grabbing' other's husband for illegal relationship. In a press meet, the former dancer openly criticized that Nayantara is the person who has caused damage to her family set up.
Says Ramlath: "Prabhu Deva is a sincere and kind husband, who has taken care of us for the past 15 years. Very recently he purchased a house for us. But now everything has changed. His present behaviour is a big shock to me and Deva's family too.
Our family law never allows a married person to marry other woman. At the same time it should punish the woman who steal others husband illegally. I have requested the police and judicial set up to arrest Nayantara for her intention of stealing my husband from me. If I see the actress anywhere, I will surely kick her on the spot. She is the best example for a bad woman..."
Also sources close to Deva's family reveal that Ramlath is planning to meet the CM to lodge a complaint on this in a day or two. However, Nayantara was not available for comment on this.