Actress Namitha weds longtime producer boyfriend Veerandra Chowdhary

Published: 24th November 2017 02:41 PM  |   Last Updated: 24th November 2017 06:50 PM  

Former Big Boss Tamil contestant and actress Namitha got hitched with her boyfriend Veerandra Chowdhary. The couple tied knot in a traditional ceremony at the Iskcon temple in Tirupathi. Here are pictures from the weeding. (Photo | EPS)
The actress and the film producer met on the sets of a Tamil film. The couple dated each other for around a year before they got married. (Photo | EPS)
Before begining her career as an actor, Namitha participated in beauty pagent contest. She was crowned Miss Surat at the age of 15 in 1998. She participated in 2001 Miss India contest and was the fourth runner-up. (Photo | EPS)
Unable to make a break in Bollywood, Namitha made her film debut through Telugu film Sontham in 2002. (Photo | EPS)
The actress enjoyed fan following from audiences across Tamil Nadu through her glamorous roles in Tamil films. She mostly starred opposite older actors. (Photo | EPS)
The actress' popularity began to decline after several of her films failed to perform well at the box-office. (Photo | EPS)
Fans of Namitha built a temple for her near Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. She is the second actress after Kushboo in the state, to be immortalised. (Photo | Instagram profile)
In 2012, Namitha was chosen by Tokyo TV, a Japanese media station, as the 'most beautiful person' in India. (Photo | Instagram)
The wedding was attended by close family members and friends. Actor Arathkumar, Radhika and Gayathri Raghuraman were a few among the ones who attended the marriage. We wish the newly-wed couple a happy married life. (Photo | Twitter)
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