All Was Well Until Sridevi Byrappa Went For Further Studies To The U.S., Says Yuva Rajkumar’s Father-in-law Paduvarahalli Byrappa

The father-in-law of Yuva Rajkumar has reacted to the news of the Kannada actor, who is also the grandson of Kannada thespian Dr Rajkumar, filing for divorce from his wife Sridevi Byrappa on mental cruelty grounds. Here is what Paduvarahalli Byrappa, father of Sridevi Byrappa, had to say about the issue…
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Yuva Rajkumar and his wife Sridevi Byrappa.

Just days after Kannada rapper and composer Chandan Shetty and Niveditha Gowda got divorced based on mutual consent, the news of actor Yuva Rajkumar, son of Raghavendra Rajkumar and grandson of Dr Rajkumar, filing for divorce from his wife Sridevi Byrappa has rocked the Kannada film industry. In particular, it has left fans of Dr Rajkumar shocked.
Yuva Rajkumar and Sridevi Byrappa had tied the knot in May 2019, following six to seven years of courtship. It was a love-cum-arranged marriage that was believed to be doing fine.

All Was Well Until Sridevi Left For Further Studies

Reacting to the divorce news, Paduvarahalli Byrappa, in an interview with NewsFirst Kannada, said that the couple were doing well until his daughter was sent for further studies in the U.S.
Sridevi Byrappa, who is an MBA graduate, recently went to the U.S. for further studies at Harvard.
“In fact, I was against my daughter going to the U.S. but they (Yuva Rajkumar 's family) insisted on Sridevi on pursuing further studies as that would help run the Dr Rajkumar Academy more effectively,” Paduvarahalli Byrappa reportedly told media.
Sridevi Byrappa had been running the Dr Rajkumar Academy, an institution that was founded for providing coaching for competitive exams such as the UPSC and KAS.

We Will Face It Legally

Yuva Rajkumar’s father-in-law, who is hopeful of a reconciliation, also told the media that since divorce has been initiated, they would face the matter legally. He further added that his daughter Sridevi Byrappa, who had completed her higher studies in the U.S., was soon to return to India following which they would take things forward.
Meanwhile, Dr Shivarajkumar has reacted to the media saying that he is unaware of the entire matter and that it was not right to respond to the issue without knowing the matter.
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