Trisha Breaks Engagement With Fiance Varun Manian

The pair was engaged before three months, however things din\'t go as planned and the relationship is broken.

Published: 28th April 2015 08:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th April 2015 04:33 PM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: Kollywood actress Trisha Krishnan has called off her engagement with her fiancé Varun Manian. News reports have confirmed that both Trisha and Varun mutually parted ways after being engaged on January 23rd.

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The reason behind the break up is still unclear, but reports claimed that their relationship faced problems after Valentine’s Day where the engaged couple instead of spending time together maintained a significant distance from each other.

Manian runs film production firm Radiance Media Group which has produced Tamil movies 'Vaayai Moodi Pesavum' and 'Kavviya Thalaivan.' Besides, Manian also runs Radiance Realty.

On January 23, 2015, Trisha got engaged to Varun in a private ceremony. The event was attended only by kin and kiths and was a grand affair. The couple did not utter about their relationship until Varun’s tweet saying ‘Pre-Wedding Jitters? No better friend than a sister?’ According to sources, they decided to break their relationship after Varun’s visit to the US with his family.

Trisha is believed to be having quality time with her friends. The actress has her bright career ahead with few films on the cards. She has sighed projects with Kamal Haasan, Balakrishna and Jayam Ravi.


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