Nandini, First Wife of Pawan Kalyan

Nandini, First Wife of Pawan Kalyan

Kundala Nandini is from Vizag in Andhra Pradesh. Pawan Kalyan and Nandini first met at the Satyanand Acting Institute while he was training for his acting career. They got married in 1997 in Visakhapatnam, but unfortunately, their relationship did not last and they eventually decided to get divorced.


Nandini is now living in United States


After her divorce from Pawan Kalyan, Nandini changed her name to Jahnvi and married Dr. Krishna Reddy. They now reside in the United States. On the other hand, Pawan Kalyan found love again with his co-star Renu Desai and they got married in 2009, only to get divorced three years later.

In June 2007, Nandini accused Kalyan of bigamy, claiming he had remarried without divorcing her. Kalyan denied the accusation, saying he had not married Renu Desai. The magistrate court in Visakhapatnam found Kalyan not guilty due to lack of evidence.

Pawan Kalyan first marriage

In July 2007, Kalyan started the process of ending his marriage with Nandini by submitting legal documents to a court in Visakhapatnam. He claimed that Nandini had left him shortly after they got married, but her attorney refuted these claims. Jan Sena leader later divorced her too and married a Russian girl named Anna Lezhneva for the third time.

By August 2008, their divorce was officially completed, and Kalyan agreed to pay ₹5 crores as alimony to Nandini as part of their settlement.

Pawan Kalyan third wife Anna Lezhneva

Pawan Kalyan made his debut with movie Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi


Pawan Kalyan is a well-known figure in the Telugu Film Industry. He is the youngest brother of 'Megastar' Chiranjeevi. He began his acting career in 1996 with the film Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi and has since impressed audiences with his performances in various movies like Thammudu, Atharintiki Daaredi, Balu, Panjaa, Vakeel Saab, and Gabbar Singh.

In 2009, he entered politics with the Anna Praja Rajyam Party and later founded his own party, Jana Sena, in 2014. Despite losing in the 2019 elections as an MLA candidate, he is now gearing up for the upcoming assembly and 2024 Lok Sabha elections with support from BJP and TDP.
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