Muslims complaint against Priya Prakash Varrier's winking expressions in 'Odu Adaar Love'

Muslims complaint against Priya Prakash Varrier's winking expressions in 'Odu Adaar Love'

A group of Muslim youths from Hyderabad have filed a complaint against a song in Malayalam actor Priya Varrier's upcoming movie, which has gone viral on the internet. "The original track is a traditional song from 1970s that has been sung and enjoyed by people", the director said, adding that there are many versions of this song and composer Shaan Rehman recreated it for the film.

Ever since Priya Prakash Varrier winked and flaunted her naughty smile in the song "Manikya Malaraya" in her debut film, "Oru Adaar Love", Internet is crushing over her and how. The police have acknowledged the complaint and assured the youths of examining it. Falaknuma Police Inspector P Yadagiri said that the cops are studying the contents of the complaint. The film's director Omar Lulu says there is nothing objectionable in the song and it will not be pulled out.

Oru Adaar Love will be screened in theatres on Eid at the end of June this year.

Priya Varrier, the face that has been plastered all over social media for her expert winking skills in the song Manikya Malaraya Poovi has become everyone's crush this Valentine's Day. The song names our Prophet's wife, Khadijah Bibi.

A clip from the song, featuring actor Priya Prakash Varrier, went viral on social media sites on Tuesday, primarily because of her wink. Mr Lulu said, rejecting demands to spike the song. The letter has called upon CBFC chief to "take measures to block the videos" and "take immediate and imminent action on culprits".

It is alleged that the song that has "objectionable references" to a love story between Prophet Mohammad and his wife Khadijah. The police will, reportedly, take the opinion of Islamic scholars before proceeding further with the case. "We will proceed based on their opinion..."

In just a matter of days, the short clip made the 18-year-old a star before her first film was to reach cinema halls.

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