Anu Haasan weds Graham Jay

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Anu Haasan Wedding with Graham Jay
Anu Haasan Wedding with Graham Jay

Anu Haasan has made quite a name for herself hosting the show ‘Koffee with Anu’ on Star Vijay TV for the past 3 years. Anu the niece of Kamal Haasan has entered wedlock again with London-based businessman Graham. The wedding ceremony was attended by Kamal Haasan, Shruti Haasan, Akshara Haasan, Gauthami, Suhasini Maniratnam and many others including Graham’s parents who boarded flights from London.

Anu supposedly met her soul mate over the internet and one thing led to another and the couple finally decided to meet each other. Graham later proposed his love to Anu and yes came her reply. Now she says that she really has given this relationship a good thought. It maybe recalled that her marriage earlier with Army man Vikas dint have a happy ending and this is the second time she is tying the knot.

We wish the newly wed couple all the happiness in the future.

52 COMMENTS

  1. Why do you say that? If someone comes out of her first marriage you all think there is something wrong with her! Non Sense. Negativity, Bhayam, Santhegam, Insecurity ithu than namba Thamil aambalengaloda manasu. 90%. Disgusting!

  2. Onniya pola thaan Ellarayum pola thaan. Rendum Sernthiruku. Onnuthle nee nallavan; naan athla may be not OK to you. Innoru vishayatha I may be a better person. Yaarum mulsa nallavano mulsa kettavano illa.

  3. She has been frank about her lack of admiration for our men; I saw it in one interview. I don’t know if he is a white or an Indian with an English name; looks like English in the photo. Time with Anu would not bore anyone; she is so intelligent with words and emotions. You know the worse thing English hate is boredom and the most they admire is ‘if you got something interesting to say anytime’. She does have the better one. I know it by a little bit of experience. She should win. But again why pessimism? Let us hope best for her.

  4. You mean she doesn’t have the moral grounds to talk to our people in a well followed public show? I think you are right there. If that guy is English then she has said straight on to our face ‘hey guys you are no good’. Therefore we can’t let her to be a celebrity influencing our people’s minds. You are right there. From now onwards she must lead her life privately. However what about people like Rajiv Ghandi? 

  5. Vanthutaraya bagasprathi vasin….okkali..unnayelam adichi thuvamsam pannanu da..rajiv gandhi ya pathi pesa unaku enna da arugathai…tamil la peseva unuku anumathi kedayathu..nee..

  6. Hi Vasin,

             I read ur comment several times but this time really it seems u r a optimistic guy.. and I like the way you presented ur thoughts today..

  7. Dei vasin, Nai pudikira van varatum,kandippa unna pudichchu kuduthudurren..

    Vera vela irrundha adha paru…idhellam oru pollappu

  8. Armin Meiwes sonnan onnoda kaathu rendayum roast panni saapitatha! Ipdi pesitrinthina marupadiyum vanthu onnoda nose cut panniruvan.

  9. Because it is not much of a guess work. I followed Anu closely because she is extremely intelligently. Despite the big age difference I would have said ‘yes’ to date her. I didn’t attempt because I knew she was prejudiced against us Indians may be because of her previous bad experience. Also she is at such a high intellectual platform and could demand a lot. You know in India youngsters want to be Doctors or Engineers/Programmers. In UK the first 2 preferences for academically bright are politics and city. If you are from Oxford you have a good chance of becoming an MP before 30 and the Prime Minister by 40. If you are bright but not interested in politics you would want to be a banker in the city moving amongst the countries best and most practical brains in £300 suits and would have £70 dinners. It shows Anu was looking for a top guy even by UK standards.

  10. I followed Anu closely because she is extremely intelligently. Despite the big age difference I would have said ‘yes’ to date her. I didn’t attempt because I knew she was prejudiced against us Indians may be because of her previous bad experience. Also she is at such a high intellectual platform and could demand a lot. You know in India youngsters want to be Doctors or Engineers/Programmers. In UK the first 2 preferences for academically bright are politics and city. If you are from Oxford you have a good chance of becoming an MP before 30 and the Prime Minister by 40. If you are bright but not interested in politics you would want to be a banker in the city moving amongst the countries best and most practical brains in £300 suits and would have £70 dinners. It shows Anu was looking for a top guy even by UK standards.

  11. I followed Anu closely because she is extremely intelligently. Despite the big age difference I would have said ‘yes’ to date her. I didn’t attempt because I knew she was prejudiced against us Indians may be because of her previous bad experience and also she is at such a high intellectual platform and could demand a lot. You know in India youngsters want to be Doctors or Engineers/Programmers. In UK the first 2 preferences for academically bright are politics and city. If you are from Oxford you have a good chance of becoming an MP before 30 and the Prime Minister by 40. If you are bright but not interested in politics you would want to be a banker in the city moving amongst the countries best and most practical brains in £300 suits and would have £70 dinners. It shows Anu was looking for a top guy even by UK standards.

  12. I followed Anu closely because she is extremely intelligent. Despite the big age difference I would have said ‘yes’ to date her. I didn’t attempt because I knew she was prejudiced against us Indians may be because of her previous bad experience and also she is at such a high intellectual platform and could demand a lot. You know in India youngsters want to be Doctors or Engineers/Programmers. In UK the first 2 preferences for academically bright are politics and city. If you are from Oxford you have a good chance of becoming an MP before 30 and the Prime Minister by 40. If you are bright but not interested in politics you would want to be a banker in the city moving amongst the UK’s best and most practical brains in £300 suits and would have £70 dinners. It shows Anu was looking for a top guy even by UK standards.

  13. hey vasin i agree wth u totally,,,,,,,,,,,, & m wth u
    i thnk ur vry rite v tamilians can nvr think broadly,,,,,,,,,,

  14. tey tevdyapaya vasin onku aunty tanda epavum kekutu. seeta enna padam nadichanu kuda teriydu. ava marriage news vanta odne anta thevdiyaluku support panre. onoda vayasu ponningala onku mudiyata? inta anu aunty tamizhana koreva nenkra. nee ava k….y sappuve polrike. tamizhana nee. thu. naan kuda london tanda. satyama solren. oniye partena potruven.

  15. teriyunda naye. software naathai tanda neeye. £100 vanguvia daily? etho periya collector matri elthkitrike. konchom english kathukitengalo? atukaga tamizhan culture values elathyum kappala ethdiviya? nanri ketta naye. oniya parta potama vita matenta naye.

  16. tey sentil ivan vasin london’la tan irkan. tamizhan elarum sentu ivana tedi kantu pidichu kollanum ivana. tevdya paya.

  17. Well said Sam. Sometimes he letting us to think like that!! anyhow Vasin had commented nice after a long time!

  18. Look at his face; uninhibited effevescent smile. He looks lanky too. Bankers here look very good in general.

  19. Think from an other angle. Nobody would want to associate with unprogressive elements in the society. Just imagine our guys clad in lunkies talking in their wretched Thamil. Do you want Anu to marry one of them? If thamil bramins can be so progressive with the same facilities in Thamil Naadu why can’t others? Stop wailing; start going forward.

  20. Tamil women who marry non tamils especially albino unpigmented pigs from europe or america should be executed in the public place.

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