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I walked out, kept my silence, why this, why now?: Vani Ganapathy

Filmography & biography of Suhasini Maniratnam who started her career with the movie Nenjathai Killathe. Her father Charuhasan is the elder brother of actor Kamal Hassan. Suhasini plays a doctor wife in a troubled relationship with her husband and finds love in a teacher Harish(Vishnuvardhan) . Personal Quotes. Suhasini has acted in Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada films. .. Kamal Haasan (born 7 November ) is an Indian film actor, director, . 35, in ,82, in , tourism guide publisher Lonely Planet named Chennai as one of the Born to the prominent Haasan family, she is the daughter of actor Kamal. Vani's decision to tell her side of the story came after Kamal Hassan claimed that alimony left him bankrupt when his daughter Shruti was born. “For 28 years “ The first thing I did was call Suhasini, his niece. She's very fond.

For a daughter, no film is more important than her father. What is your favourite journey? To Maldives with my son and husband. We went twice when he was a child. Who is your favourite painter? Rembrandt for his chiaroscuro. The lighting in his paintings is a lesson for any cinematographer. I also love Ravi Varma for celebrating Indian beauty I lose myself when I see his paintings.

What do you consider the most overrated virtue? Religious discipline when misplaced. Piousness or blind faith. On what occasion do you lie? I fall ill the next moment from asthma or paralysis. What do you dislike most about your appearance?

I am basically okay with everything. But I have a symmetry problem with my eyebrows.

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I feel one is higher. Which living person do you most despise? I can never despise a person, only what he does. Oh there are plenty of actions I despise. Which words or phrases do you most overuse?

Kamal was trying to get sympathy of his daughter, says ex-wife Vani Ganapathy

Talk to you later. What is your greatest regret? These are a few of my million regrets. What or who is the greatest love of your life? My love is music I do not give too much importance to love and romance. Having said that, Mani is my greatest love. He's a chronic romantic. When and where were you happiest?

When our Hasan family reconciled with my uncle in September, in Chennai. Ego and righteousness of the previous generation cost us 20 years of divide.

We sorted it out in What is your present state of mind? Cluttered, raring to go, active, crowded, into too many things but very calm and content. I may not be a celebrity like Mr Kamal Haasan, but I have a strong standing on my own. When the interview with him saying these things about me came out, I got so many messages on my Facebook account with people wondering why I was still being dragged into this. Twenty-eight years is a long time. I've moved on, it looks like he hasn't.

On details of the alimony and breaking her silence Alimony details are personal. It's not that I want to show what all Kamal gave me and what all he didn't at the time of our divorce, but I think I wouldn't like to stoop down to that level. In 28 years I have never spoken about Kamal, because I thought it was too personal.

I wanted to maintain a dignified silence.

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But this time I had to break it because there were direct allegations against me. I felt this was unfair. On her lifestyle Sometimes silence is the best thing but sometimes silence is also mistaken as the truth. It's not like I have to convince anybody about my truth, but if I keep quiet it would look like I am living in wealth.

I know how I make my choices on what to spend on and what not to spend on, because I don't have that kind of money to blow. I'd be living in a palatial house in a posh area in Bengaluru if I had taken everything from him.

Right now I live in a respectable neighbourhood in a house that I bought with my own money. But when I first bought the place, this area wasn't as developed as it is today. On her statement to a magazine many years ago that Kamal did not even leave her any furniture and having to start life afresh Yes, absolutely! I had said this to a magazine many years ago, but even then I didn't give any numbers about the alimony and I don't want to do that now. On maintaining ties with Kamal's family For me, it is about the family.

My parents are no longer there, so I have my sisters and Mr Charuhasan, Mrs Charuhasan, their three girls, Suhasini, Nandini, Shubhashini, their husbands and extended family. Even now, I have landed in Chennai and after completing my two hours of work, I'll be on my way straight to their house.

I'm very much in touch with them and stay with them when I go to Chennai as I don't have my own house here. On whether she confronted Kamal about his statements I haven't spoken to Kamal about his interview. We haven't had a conversation in years. I also don't doubt his talent and creativity. But that does not give anybody a right to slander another person or to pull wool over people's eyes. If it's sympathy that is going to win Kamal what he wants from his daughter, he could have done the same without taking names.