Birth certificate of Dhanush is fake, claims elderly couple

Posted by DM, 12 Feb, 2017

An aged couple, who have claimed that popular actor Dhanush is their son, have accused him of producing a fake birth certificate before the Madras High Court bench here to get their case pending before a lower court at nearby Melur quashed.

In their counter affidavit before the Melur Judicial Magistrate on Wednesday, R Kathiresan and Meenakshi submitted that they could prove their claim that Dhanush was their son, if the trial was conducted.

Dhanush, son-in-law of superstar Rajinikanth, had moved the Madras High Court bench on January 25 this year, seeking quashing of the case filed by the couple.

He had also sought a stay on the proceedings pending in the Judicial Magistrate’s court.

The couple had claimed Dhanush was their third son and also sought maintenance of Rs 65,000 per month from the actor as they could not fend for themselves.

They had submitted that Dhanush was a schoolboy when he ran away to Chennai to get into the film world. They could not trace him then and recognised him while watching his movies, they said. Their efforts to meet him at Chennai had failed, they added.

Dhanush had earlier denied their claim and accused the couple of trying to “blackmail” him.

He had also produced a birth certificate which stated he was born on July 28, 1983 at the children’s hospital at Egmore here and that his parents were Krishnamoorthy and K Vijayalakshmi.

Though his name had not been mentioned in the certificate, the actor said he was given the name R K Vengadesha Prabu.

A gazette notification issued to change his name as K Dhanush was also produced in the court. In their counter filed on Thursday, the couple submitted that Dhanush was born at Government Rajaji hospital here on November 7, 1985 and his name was Kalaichelvan.

He had studied in Madurai district till the 10th standard. He was admitted to a private school at Tiruppatur in Sivaganga district, they said.

He later dropped out of school and went to Chennai to act in films, the couple claimed. (PTI)

 

loading...
NEW GEN

64th National Film Awards 2017 Winners List

The 64th National Film Awards announced. The Jury members have a tough time selecting the best films;the jury deserve special appreciation, said the director, DFF India. There were 344 feature films in 26 languages from which the awards were chosen this year.

Aparna Balamurali marks her Tamil debut through 8 THOTTAKKAL.

Whether it may be the teaser or it may be the scintillating songs, it has to be said that the film 8 THOTTAKKAL is gradually increasing the expectation level of the Audience, especially when the rhythmic master Yuvanshankar Raj has bagged the musical rights of the film. It is a must to say that the mind blowing promotional strategies for the film is creating waves in all over Tamilnadu.

Si3 Joins 100 Crore Club

Singam 3 had terrific response on its opening day and is said to have collected more than Rs 20 crore. The film saw 90 per cent occupancy on Saturday and is said to have collected Rs 15 crore. Si3 had a record breaking opening weekend and netted Rs 25 crore in Tamil Nadu alone. Singam 3 is the successful franchise created by Hari. The first film in the series came out in 2010 and became a blockbuster. The second part also collected more than Rs 100 crore at the box office

Birth certificate of Dhanush is fake, claims elderly couple

An aged couple, who have claimed that popular actor Dhanush is their son, have accused him of producing a fake birth certificate before the Madras High Court bench here to get their case pending before a lower court at nearby Melur quashed. In their counter affidavit before the Melur Judicial Magistrate on Wednesday, R Kathiresan and Meenakshi submitted that they could prove their claim that Dhanush was their son, if the trial was conducted.