Actor Vimal’s Wife Turned Politician !! Check Which Party She Wants To Represent

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Popular actor Vimal who is known for his blockbuster flicks “Kalavaani”, “Vaagai Sooda Va”, “Kalakalapu”, “Manjappai” has met his fellow actor and politician Udhayanithi Stalin regarding his wife’s political stint. Priyadarshini, wife of the actor has turned politician and has approached DMK party to contest in the upcoming assembly election from the constituency of Manapparai.

Vimal is an Indian film actor, who predominantly appears in Tamil films. Following uncredited appearances in several Tamil films and a cameo role in the critically acclaimed movie Kanchivaram, he played the lead role in Pandiraj’s critically acclaimed Pasanga. Subsequently, he played lead roles in several low-budget productions and gave significant hits.

He established himself as a successful upcoming actor with Kalavani, after that he has claimed his name with these comedy movies Vaagai Sooda Vaa, Kalakalappu, Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga, Desingu Raja, Manjapai and Mannar Vagaiyara. Now, Vimal and his wife Priyadarshini met DMK’s Youth wing president Udhayanithi Stalin. The duo handed over the application to the son of DMK chief MK Stalin in order to get a ticket from the party to contest in the upcoming elections. Pictures of the incident are doing rounds in the social media platforms with various kind of reactions.

The Election Commission of India on Friday announced the schedule for five upcoming assembly elections in the country – Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala, West Bengal and Puducherry. While Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry will have elections in a single phase, polls will be held in Assam in three phases. West Bengal, however, will have elections in eight phases.

Election Commission of India has announced about the voting and counting dates for Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election. The elections for 234-member assembly will be held in single phase. The counting of votes will take place on May 2. All elections in 38 districts of Tamil Nadu consisting of 234 Assembly Constituencies will be held in single phase.

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