Suja Varunee enters wedlock with Sivaji's grandson

Suja Varunee enters wedlock with Sivaji’s grandson

Actress Suja Varunee of Bigg Boss fame today married her long-time beau and actor Sivakumar, one of the grandsons of legendary actor Sivaji Ganesan, at a traditional function in Chennai.

According to reports, they have been in a relationship since the past 11 years and their marriage happened today with the blessings of elders in their families.

Sivakumar aka Sivaji Dev made his debut in Kollywood with the movie Singakutty, released some years ago and so far he had acted in 3 movies so far.

Suja Varunee has worked in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam language films and she has acted in above 30 films so far.

Suja has appeared in Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, and Malayalam language films. After beginning her career as a leading actress, Suja then worked primarily as a dancer for song sequences in films during the 2000s.

In 2008, she opted to prioritise her work as a supporting actress and has since notably portrayed pivotal roles in films including Milaga (2010), Pencil (2016) and Kidaari (2016).

Aged fourteen, Suja was selected to portray the leading role in the coming-of-age, romantic drama Plus Two (2002) after being recommended to the film’s director Ramana by her neighbour Rajarajan, who was a cinematographer. Her parents were initially reluctant to allow Suja to act in films at such a young age, but later agreed.

The film took a low-profile opening at the box office and did not perform well, prompting Suja to take a break from the film industry. In 2004, Suja was offered the chance to perform in an dance nunber in the Srikanth–starrer Varnajalam (2004), which she accepted, prompting several other film makers to approach her for similar roles.

Throughout the mid-2000s, Suja became popular for such glamorous, single song appearances and worked on projects including Maayavi (2005), Pallikoodam (2007), Kuselan (2008) and Jayamkondaan (2008). Amidst several appearances in single songs, Suja had the opportunity to portray minor supporting roles in films including A. K. Lohithadas’s Kasthuri Maan (2005) and Masala (2005)