Aarthi Mohan Biography | Age, Family, Love, Figure

Aarthi Mohan is the wife of the leading Kollywood actor Arun Vijay. She is a daughter of film producer Dr. N. S. Mohan. In 2006, Aarthi Mohan was married to actor Arun Vijay and the couple blessed with a daughter, Purvi and a son, Arnav Vijay. Arun Vijay was born into a film family as the only son of actor Vijayakumar and his first wife Muthukannu.

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Real NameAarathi Mohan
Height (Inches) 1.64 m
Weight (Kilogram)66 Kg
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HometownChennai, Tamilnadu, India
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HobbiesDancing, Long Driving and Listening Music
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Marital StatusYes
HusbandArun Vijay
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