Madu Madhawa Aravinda’s wedding and New wife?

Krishantha . Posted in Celebrity News and Gossips 2695 3 Comments

I just heard that artist Madu Madhawa Aravinda is going to remarry on this valentine day. I would like to know more about his wedding and his lucky bride. Looking forward to see Madu Madhawa’s wedding day images.
Who is his new wife and what is the name? Does she come from same field?

3 thoughts on “Madu Madhawa Aravinda’s wedding and New wife?”

  1. Admin says:

    Hi Krishantha. Thanks for asking this question and I hope I can give some answers to your question.
    Madu’s wedding is to be held on this valentine day (14th fen 2011) and his brides name is Renusha. Renusha is not in the same field but she is a teacher. (I think Nilmini was also a science teacher before taking up the full time acting as her profession).
    Renusha has met Madu at Bellanwila temple (Many lovers meet at temples , I don’t know why ..).
    The best friend of groom will be his brother Dananjaya Siriwardana and fathers from both sides are to sign as evidences.
    Madu and Nilmini had a daughter , named Swetha and I think she is with Nilmini.
    We will be posting Madu Madhawa’s wedding day images as soon as we receive them here our our magazine page. so keep this link book marked.

  2. virajr says:

    The girls is Rinouza Samath. Studied at Gampaha Central and Kaluthara Balika.
    She had a BF for a long time, who went to Italy.
    Any way both have a chequered past so it does not really matter.

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