Ahead of crucial floor test in Karnataka Assembly, HD Kumaraswamy‘s wife, Radhika Kumaraswamy, was trending on Google today. Not many knows, Radhika  Kumaraswamy is an actor and producer by profession and is a popular face in the Kannada film industry. In 2006, she married HD Kumaraswamy and they have a daughter named Shamika K. Swamy. Also Read - Karnataka Assembly Bypolls: Results For Sira and Rajarajeshwari Nagar Seats To Be Declared on Tuesday

With Karnataka Elections 2018 being the top trend for quite some time now, Radhika Kumaraswamy was an expected trend on Google. This made us more intrigued about knowing Radhika, who is the top trend on the Google Search for quite a while now. Also Read - No Need to Discuss, I Convey My Regards: Karnataka CM Doesn't Take Dig at Gowda Family Over Son's Wedding

Radhika made her acting debut in 2004 aged 14 with a Kannada film – Neela Megha Sharma. She had a controversial first marriage with Ratan Kumar and her mother alleged that her first husband had forcibly married her and that she was only 14 at that time. Not only this, Radhika’s father Devraj further claimed that Ratan had tried to burn Radhika alive. Sadly, her first husband, Ratan Kumar, died of a heart attack in 2002. Also Read - Social Distancing, What's That? HD Kumaraswamy's Son Ties The Knot in VVIP Wedding Amid COVID-19 Lockdown | Photos And Videos Here

Away from the limelight for some time, Radhika once again started being in the news as in 2010, she revealed that she had married to HD Kumaraswamy, a former chief minister of Karnataka. As per Radhika, they married in 2006. The actor-producer has acted in more than 30 films and has produced a couple of films too. In 2012, Radhika produced her first Kannada movie- Lucky.

HD Kumaraswamy is the joint-candidate of the chief ministerial candidate in the recently concluded Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018. Kumaraswamy is the son of former Prime Minister of India, H. D. Deve Gowda. Popularly known as ‘Kumaranna’, he is the President of Karnataka State Janata Dal (Secular).