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Ramakanta Biswas

Defying the directive of the Orissa High Court, actor and BJD MP Anubhav Mohanty has yet again come up with a social media post addressing his estranged wife Varsha Priyadarshini.

Mohanty posted an audio clip on his Twitter handle and asked Varsha to clarify if the clip contains the conversation between her and her sister.      

“Hello @VarshaPriyadar3, I’m being QUESTIONED by millions! Mostly by our film & political fraternities! Every single common man/woman wants a concrete assurance from ‘YOU’ that whether the voices in this audio clip are yours & your sisters’ or not! YES/NO!?,” Mohanty wrote alongside the audio clip.

He added, “I have no intentions to hurt or tarnish your image. I respect you but I’m bound to tweet & ask you this question only after being harassed & humiliated several times by so many which is disturbing me, my entire family’s mental & physical health! FRIENDLY TWEET PLEASE. NO OFFENCE.” 



The audio clip shared by the Kendrapara MP contains a conversation between two women. During the conversation, a male person believed to be Anubhav Mohanty made a call to one of the women. After a brief talk with the male person, the two women continued their conversation. 

The reaction of Varsha on the tweet could not be obtained. 

Recently, the couple, who has been fighting a legal battle over a marital dispute, appeared in the Family Court in Cuttack.

Earlier, the Kendrapara MP Anubhav Mohanty had released videos on his strained relationship with actress wife Varsha Priyadarshini. He had held Varsha responsible for the martial dispute between them and also accused her of denying him conjugal rights.

Later, hearing a petition filed by Varsha, the Orissa High Court had directed both the actors to refrain from issuing statement against each other on social media.

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