Family matters for Sameera Reddy
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 13:00 IST
Actress let go of her treatment for sleepwalking so she can stay longer with her sister Meghna and her newborn in Greece

Looks like Sameera Reddy will have to deal with her sleepwalking problems for a little longer. The actress was previously said to be heading to Switzerland to consult doctors on a suitable treatment, but Sam has now decided to stay back in Greece after her sister Meghna gave birth to a baby boy.

A source close to the actress says, `The whole family is in celebration mode and all of them are together in Greece to welcome the baby home.`


The source adds how Sameera is currently helping her sister with cleaning and changing the newborn's clothes. A friend of Sam says, `The treatment for her sleep disorder has to wait. She is extending her Greek sojourn.`
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