'I have always been inspired by your honesty,' writes Vignesh Sivan on wife Nayanthara's birthday

Nayanthara, Vignesh Sivan
The actress celebrated her 38th birthday today. Photos: Instagram

Nayanthara celebrated her 38th birthday on Friday. The actress who made her debut with the 2003 Malayalam film 'Manasin Akkarre' has come a long way, defining herself as the reigning lady superstar of South India. The actress who tied the knot to film producer Vignesh Sivan a few months ago also has two baby boys, Uyir and Ulagam.

Now, Vignesh has taken to social media to praise the actress while wishing her on her birthday. “This is my ninth birthday with you, Nayans. Every birthday with you has been special , memorable & different ! But this one is the most special of em all , as we have started a life together as husband and wife !

As a father & mother of two beautifully blessed children ! I’ve always known you and seen you as a powerful person! The strength you have to be confident and dedicated to whatever you do ! I’ve seen a different person all these years !

And always been inspired by your honesty and sincerity shown towards life and everything ! But today ! When I m seeing you as a mother ! This is by far the happiest and the most complete formation of you!

You are complete now ! You seem the happiest ! You look content! You look extra beautiful! You don’t wear make up these days cos the babies kiss your face ! And I haven’t seen a more beautiful you in all these years ! The everlasting smile and happiness in your face , shall be your default setting henceforth! I pray !

Am feeling settled ! Life feels beautiful… satisfying and thankful ! I wish to have all our birthdays as happy as this ! with our little babies .. all of us growing together! All of us learning to fight it out there , while also enjoying fighting it out there :) making a wonderful life for us with God’s blessings and the universe’s witness !!!

Love to you now & forever my dear Pondaaaati , thangameyyyyy and always my Uyir & ulagam 🥰😍😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘," he wrote.

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