A photograph of ladies hung in perfect sarees is becoming a web sensation on the Internet. Also, it’s an rare one.
The girls of amazing Tamil performer Gemini Ganesan joined under one rooftop in Chennai to initiate the GG Super Speciality Hospitals in the city.
Dr Jaya Sreedhar, Dr Revathi Swaminathan, Dr Kamala Selvaraj, Bollywood performing artist Rekha, Radha Syed, Narayani Ganesan and Vijaya Chamundeswari were snapped together at the occasion.
Strikingly, the photograph is over 2 years of age.
Why is it trending at this point?
The as of late discharged Mahanati (Nadigaiyar Thilaga), a biopic on unbelievable south Indian performing artist Savitri and Gemini Ganesan’s third spouse is by all accounts the reason.
While the Nag Ashwin coordinated biopic has been broadly valued by the two groups of onlookers and pundits alike, the discussions about the motion picture have been additionally pushed as Dr Kamala Selvaraj, one of Gemini Ganesan’s girls, isn’t extremely satisfied by the biased delineation of her dad, depicted by performer Dulquer Salmaan.
In spite of the fact that Salmaan is being commended for his execution, a report distributed in The New Indian Express recommends that Dr Kamala Selvaraj is troubled in light of the fact that the film proposes that her dad affected Savitri’s dependence on liquor and was even appeared as a jobless performing artist sticking around the arrangements of Savitri.
“The film leaves you wondering where the facts end and the fiction begins. It does gross injustice to all the children of Gemini and has defamed our father. What has been shown on screen is a one-sided version that glorifies Savitri and bluntly ignores many other aspects of her life,” she said, as reported by The New Indian Express.
Kamala went ahead to state that her dad was a women’s activist who supported his spouses, and was never desirous of Savitri’s prosperity.
She has likewise included that Gemini’s first spouse and Kamala’s mom Alamelu was never strong of Gemini and Savitri’s marriage, and was erroneously appeared to be so in the motion picture.
It is realized that Ganesan, the Tamil genius’ fruitful vocation was constantly eclipsed by his numerous connections through the span of life.
Gemini wedded Alamelu at 19 years old with whom he had four little girls – Dr Jaya Sreedhar, Dr Revathi Swaminathan, Dr Kamala Selvaraj and Narayani Ganesan who is a columnist at The Times of India.
Gemini had two little girls with his first motion picture co-star Pushpavalli- – Radha Syed and Bollywood diva Banurekha, prevalently known as Rekha.
He later wedded Savitri with whom he has a little girl and just child – Vijaya Chamundeswari and Satheesh Kumar.
The Tamil genius turned into the fourth time prepare in 1998 at 78 years old when entered the wedlock with a 36-year-old lady named Juliana Andrews.