Amala Paul opens mouth for First Time
All these days, dusky Malayalam beauty Amala Paul simply played hide and seek about her relationship status with director AL Vijay. But finally with media cuckooing about exact marriage date, our hottie has opened up about the whole love-episode.
‘Time to enter the next stage of my life, Where my partner (AL Vijay) is awaiting as eager as me to spend the rest of our lives together. Marriage never stuck to my mind, Even the idea of that’, says Amala Paul, admitting her relation with the Tamil director. ‘He came to my life, changed my life ,changed my thoughts and He literally swept me off my feet. Something inside me made me like the changes in me ,later I realised it was the love for him’, she added. Concluding that she is completely drowned in love, and drenched in the care of Vijay, Amala Paul stressed, ‘You complete me’.
Director AL Vijay is famous for films like Madrasipatnam, Thandavam, Daiva Thirumagal (Vikram’s Nanna), Thalaiva (Vijay‘s Anna) that got critical acclaim but failed commercially.
In Nanna, Amala Paul played a second lead kind of role while she is lead lady in Vijay‘s Anna. That’s when love struck between director AL Vijay and Amala Paul. The couple is going to get married on June 12th in Chennai in both Hindu and Christian traditions.
Dusky beauty Amala Paul and director Vijay have finally broke their silence over their relationship
Director Vijay has issued a press statement that said, “I take this opportunity to declare the conversion of my status from being single to couple. Yes, the search for my life partner ends here as I have found my soul mate in Amala! She is the girl with the most beautiful heart I know! She is truly a treasure and I will preserve with utmost love and care.”
Actress Amala Paul took to Facebook to reveal her love for Vijay posting, “Time to enter the next stage of my life, where my partner is awaiting as eager as me to spend the rest of our lives together. Marriage never stuck to my mind, even the idea of that. As life went like that one fine day I met this gentleman, an epitome of chivalry and magnificent creation of god with all the good manners a man should posses.”