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Priya Varrier talks about 'the wink' that made her an internet sensation

15 February 2018, 07:26 | Joan Schultz

A clip from the song 'Manikya Malaraya Poovi'

A clip from the song 'Manikya Malaraya Poovi'

Riding on the success of the first song from Oru Adaar Love which has gone viral, the filmmakers have now released the teaser of the film.

The wink and a shy yet mischievous smile by Malayalam actor Priya in a 28-second clip from the song "Manikya malaraya poovi" in the film has turned the college student into an internet sensation.

"The complainants have raised objection both to the lyrics of the song and the visuals".

A case of "deliberately hurting religious sentiments" has been filed at the Falaknuma Police station. "'I don't know much about it, I think I'd rather keep shut about it", Priya Prakash Varrier said, according to news agency ANI. This is in the wake of a case being filed against it in Hyderabad on the grounds that the song hurt religious sentiments of a particular community.

The group has mentioned nothing about the actress and they are unhappy only with the song so far.

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Coming to the teaser of Oru Adaar, which was unveiled on Tuesday evening, the clip revolves around Priya Prakash Varrier and Mohammed Roshan aka Roshan Abdul Rahoof. Priya says, "I am aware of all the jokes too, but I am taking it all on a positive stride".

She might not have the most spectacular style yet, but full points to Priya for staying effortless and true to her own self.

Owing to oodles of unexpected fame coming over to Priya, her parents had to send her to a hostel. However, Khan said that he had nothing against the movie, the actor or the song itself. "Thank you for all the love", Priya, who idolises Nayaantara, tweeted. The music is composed by Shaan Rahman while the song Manikya Malaraya Poovi is sung in by talented Vineeth Srineevasan.

Success comes with a price and it seems like the team of "Oru Adaar Love" will have to learn this the hard way. The film has become red hot in the trade and is one of the most eagerly awaited releases.



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