Nikesha Patel wants to marry Prabhu Deva

Nikesha Patel wants to marry Prabhu Deva

Nikesha Patel who made her Telugu debut with Power Star Pawan Kalyan’s Puli, made sensational comment that she wants to marry Prabhu Deva. Recently Nieksha Patal attended an interview and made shocking statement that she wants to tie the knot with Indian dance choreographer, film director, producer and actor Prabhudeva. Nikesha Patel also said, she is very close to Prabhu Deva. Both are good friends and shares good rapports. According to Nikesha Patel- both the families have good relationships.

When Nikesha Patel was asked whether will she act with the Prabhu Deva. She replied, “You are asking about doing a movie with Prabhu Deva but I want to marry Prabhu Deva”.

Prabhu Deva first tied the knot with Ramlath in 1995 and his marriage ended with an ugly divorce when he got romantically involved with Nayantara. Ramlath was muslim and after marriage she converted to Hinduism and changed her name to Latha.

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