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Last Updated Thursday April 19 2018 10:18 AM IST

Susanna’s son arrives; Arya getting ready to parent him?

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Susanna’s son arrives; Arya getting ready to parent him? Srilankan native Susanna is the eldest of the remaining participants. A divorcee and a mother of a son, Susanna is being given more chances to become Arya's bride.

The reality show of actor Arya to find a perfect bride for him is in its final stages. On the last leg of the show 'Enga Veetu Mapillai", SriLankan native Susanna, Malayalees Seetha Lakshmi and Agatha are vying each other to become Arya’s bride. Discussions are also progressing among the viewers as who will tie the knot with Arya.

Srilankan native Susanna is the eldest of the remaining participants. A divorcee and a mother of a son, Susanna is being given more chances to become Arya's bride. Her son Natan had come from Canada to participate in the show.

The remarks of Arya before going to see Natan has also caught attention of the people.

"I have seen all those loved ones of all 16 participants in the show. But I was eagerly waiting to see a person from a long time. It is going to take place today. I am happy about the meeting," Arya said before going to meet Natan. From Susanna, he had collected all details about Natan before the meeting.

Along with the popularity, the reality show had also faced much criticisms from various quarters. 'Enga Veetu Mapillai" was started in Tamil Colours with 16 participants. As it reaches its final phase only three participants are remaining.

Seetha Lakshmi is an actress and a bank employee and Agatha who hails from Kasaragod have also acted in films.

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