Sorisha Naidoo, Uncle Viv and family vacation in the Maldives. Image via Instagram @sorishanaidoo.

Billionaire’s take Maldives? Inside Sorisha and ‘Uncle Viv’s’ vacay

‘Less but luxe’: ‘Real Housewives of Durban’ star Sorisha Naidoo, husband ‘Uncle Viv’ and their kids vacation in the Maldives.


Sorisha Naidoo, Uncle Viv and family vacation in the Maldives. Image via Instagram @sorishanaidoo.

Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) star Sorisha Naidoo and her billionaire husband Vivian Reddy went on an scenic vacation to the Maldives with their two children as seen in Instagram posts on 31 March.

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Sorisha Naidoo has set tongues wagging on social media as Tweeps thought she entered her “villain era” as she returned with a more feisty side to her on the Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) season three. The drama on the show has been peaking with each episode and many Tweeps are loving the new Sorisha.

While the show has been filmed some time ago, it seems the ladies only get to watch each episode at the same time as we do — each Wednesday on Showmax. So, the ladies sometimes share their thoughts on social media.

Following the release of the latest episode, Sorisha and her family — which includes her billionaire businessman husband Vivian Reddy, affectionately known as “Uncle Viv” and her two children — jetted off to the Maldives. The Maldives is an independent island located in the north-central Indian Ocean, southwest of Sri Lanka and India. The island is on the Asian continent.

Take a look inside the family vacation…

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The reality star also revealed that she worked part time as a waitress when she studied in India. She explained that she once lived above a Bhelpuri. Bhelpuri is an Indian savoury snack made from puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce. The former Scandal! actress went on to say this is what sparked her love for music and her desire to be a DJ.

Sorisha Naidoo opens up about studying in India. Image via Instagram @sorishanaidoo.

She went on to thank the chef in her video for taking her back to those times. Take a look…

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“When I was a student in India, I lived above a Bhelpuri store and once a week I would have Bhelpuri. I worked as a waitress part time and studied. It also sparked my love for music and wanting to DJ. Thanks Chef for taking me back. Bhelpuri is a savoury snack originating from India,” she wrote.

“And is also a type of chaat. It is made of puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce, and has a crunchy texture. Bhel is often identified as a ‘beach snack’, strongly associated with the beaches of Mumbai, such as Chowpatty or Juhu,” she continued.

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