Actor Yuva Rajkumar Files For Divorce From Wife Sridevi Byrappa

Yuva Rajkumar, son of Kannada actor Raghavendra Rajkumar and grandson of Kannada acting legend Dr Rajkumar, has reportedly filed a petition in the family court, seeking to divorce his wife Sridevi Byrappa. After six to seven years of courtship, the couple got married in May 2019. The actor made his debut in Yuva, starring alongside Kantara actress Sapthami Gowda.
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Kannada actor Yuva Rajkumar and his wife Sridevi Byrappa. X/ Raghavendra Rajkumar

Kannada actor Yuva Rajkumar, son of Kannada actor Raghavendra Rajkumar and grandson of Kannada legendary actor Dr Rajkumar, has reportedly filed a petition in a family court, seeking to divorce his wife Sridevi Byrappa.

Love Marriage

Following six to seven years of courtship between the two, the couple finally made their relationship official and got married in May 2019. The wedding was attended by almost every star actor in the Kannada film industry including top South Indian actors - Telugu star Chiranjeevi, Rashmika Mandanna among others.
While Yuva Rajkumar got busy with his debut venture, Yuva, which was directed by Santhosh Ananddram and made under Hombale Films, his wife Sridevi was running the Dr Rajkumar Academy, an institution providing coaching for IAS, KAS and other competitive exams in Karnataka.
It is learnt that rumours of a divorce started to make the rounds even before Yuva Rajkumar’s debut film hit screens. Also, incompatibility between the two and mental cruelty seem to be the grounds on which the actor has approached the family court for divorce.

A Shocker

Fans of Dr Rajkumar have been disappointed with the news of divorce as it is the first time that such a development is occurring in the Rajkumar family. The family is known for its marital harmony.
The news of Yuva Rajkumar filing for divorce comes as a surprise to many as the Kannada film industry had just witnessed the divorce of Kannada rapper and composer Chandan Shetty and social media star Niveditha Gowda.
However, in the case of Chandan Shetty and Niveditha Gowda, the process was mutual with both seeking divorce with no contest or seeking compensation of any kind.
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