Amala Paul's in-laws' disapproval of her continuing career reason for split from AL Vijay?

AL Vijay\'s parents allegedly do not want Amala Paul to continue her acting career.

Published: 27th July 2016 03:12 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th July 2016 03:12 PM   |  A+A-

  • AL Vijay's parents allegedly do not want Amala Paul to continue her acting career.
  • Will abide by parents' decision, says Vijay
  • The duo tied had the knot on June 12, 2014..

Is it the 'stone-age' question of women to having to choose between home-making and their careers that has sent the marriage of actress Amala Paul and filmmaker Al Vijay to its doom?

After reports that Amala Paul and AL Vijay, who had tied the knot on June 12. 2014 in elaborate ceremonies, had to decided to end their marriage over compatibility issues, information from sources close to the family point fingers at the directors' parents, and their disapproval of the actor's decision to continue her film career, as the main reason behind the incompatibility.

>>Are Amala Paul and AL Vijay heading for a divorce? 

When asked if the reports of them heading for a divorce were true, Vijay refused to reveal details. "I don’t want to talk anything about it. I will abide by my parent's decision," the director told a leading daily, making it clear that his parents would be the final judge on their case.

The duo started dating during the making of ‘Deiva Thirumagal’, a hit film directed by Vijay, which starred Amala Paul.

While Amala is currently busy promoting her upcoming film Shajahanum Pareekuttiyum, Vijay is working on his Tamil-Telugu bilingual release Devi.


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