About Dileep and Manju Warrier
Gopalakrishnan Padmanabhan (born 27 October 1968), better known by his stage name Dileep, is an Indian actor, producer, and businessman who predominantly works in the Malayalam film industry.Dileep was born in Edavanakad, in Ernakulam district of Kerala, India to Padmanabhan Pillai and Sarojam.He studied at Vidyadhiraja Vidya Bhavan Higher Secondary School in Aluva, where he passed the tenth standard in 1985, and joined Union Christian College, Aluva for pre-degree (higher secondary) third group, during 1985–1987. Later, he pursued a degree in history from Maharaja’s College, Ernakulam. It was during his time in Maharaja’s College that he began taking impressionist acts (mimicry) seriously. Dileep along with his friend Nadirshah produced and performed (voice) in the Onam-based audio cassette (album) titled De Maveli Kombathu, which helped his entry into the film industry.
Manju Warrier (pronounced: Manju Vāryar; born 10 September 1978) is an Indian actress, producer, classical dancer and playback singer who primarily appears in Malayalam language films.Manju Warrier was born on 10 September 1978 in Nagercoil, Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu, India. Her father, T. V. Madhavan, worked as an accountant at Shakthi Finance’s Nagercoil regional office and her mother was a house wife.She did her primary schooling at CSI Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Nagercoil. After her father was promoted, they returned to Kerala and settled in Kannur. She studied at Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Kannur and later at Chovva Higher Secondary School. She is graduated from Sree Narayana College, Kannur.Warrier was a trained dancer since her school days, and won many awards. She was conferred with the Kalathilakam in the Kerala Youth Festival for two years. She first appeared in a television serial Moharavam which was telecast on Doordarshan.
Dileep and Manju Warrier love story
Dileep and Warrier reportedly fell in love while filming their 1998 love tragedy Ee Puzhayum Kadannu, eloping and getting married in secret. While their sly union came as a surprise, it was the news that emerged right after — that Warrier would quit acting — that sent her fans into a disillusioned frenzy. Thousands felt cheated because they stood to lose one of their most beloved heroines, and many of her fans even swore to boycott her husband’s films as a gesture of protest.
Dileep and Manju Warrier marriage
On 20 October 1998, Manju married actor Dileep at the Aluva Sri Krishna Temple.
Dileep and Manju Warrier childrens
The couple have a daughter, Meenakshi.
They filed for divorce in 2014 and it was granted in January 2015.Our report also suggests the same.