Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2018        Go!    
 
 
February 25, Sunday 2018 6:44 PM       

       HEADLINES: CM, Chennithala condole Sridevi’s death                                              Ten new faces in CPM state panel, seven exempted                                              Royal family protests at Padmatheertham pond                                              Congress activists manhandle minister in Kannur                                              Kodiyeri to continue, Gopi Kottamurikkal reinstated                                              Veteran actress Sridevi passes away at 55                                              Bollywood mourns demise of actress Sridevi                                              US to shift its embassy to Jerusalem in May                                              US teachers say #ArmMeWith resources, not guns                                              20 Afghan National Army soldiers killed                                              UN Security Council delays vote on Syria ceasefire                                              It is hard to digest that Sridevi is no more, says Sachin                                              BCCI turns down ICC request for rescheduling IPL match                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       KERALA Next Article: BSF official caught with Rs 45 lakh had international links  
       Viral Malayalam song director to go legal way, not to delete scene
 
         Posted on :22:04:05 Feb 14, 2018
   
A A
       Last edited on:01:59:20 Feb 15, 2018
         Tags: 'Manikya Malaraya Poovi', YouTube
 
Thrissur: The director of viral Malayalam song 'Manikya Malaraya Poovi', which features in movie Oru Adaar Love, is ready to go the legal way.
 
Music director Shaan Rahman also asserted that he would not delete any scene from the song.
 
This comes in wake of the controversy created over the movie's actress Priya Prakash Varrier's wink and eyebrow dance expressions.
 
"We are getting more and more support from the society. We believe there is nothing in the film that can hurt anyone's sentiments. We are ready to go the legal way. No scene will be deleted," Rahman said.
 
Earlier in the day, director of Oru Adaar Love, Omar Lulu said, "The song shares only one message - love beyond borders."
 
"The controversy involving its lyrics and social media sensation Priya Prakash Varrier's expressions are totally unnecessary."
 
The controversial song is very popular in the Malabar region since 1978, when it was launched.
 
A complaint was filed in Hyderabad over Varrier's expressions in the song as it "hurts the sentiments of the Muslim community".
 
Varrier, however, said she did not know how to react to the whole controversy.
 
"I have just been updated about it by my Director; hence don't have much idea about the controversy and the case. I would not want to speak about it at the moment," the actress said.
 
Varrier also said that she was very excited about the movie and thankful for the love and support showered at her.
 
"All of this happened very suddenly and this is very new to me. Though I am happy and excited about the movie, I really don't know how to handle all the fame and popularity that I have gained just in a single day. Everyone is calling it an overnight sensation."
 
The actress said the winking and the eyebrow dance thing was not pre-planned or practised.
 
"The director asked me to do this on the spot as he wanted to bring out something very cute between the couple. So that's how everything worked in the movie and the song."(ANI)
A A
       KERALA
Next Article: BSF official caught with Rs 45 lakh had international links
 
 
KERALA HEADLINES
Padmatheertham renovation to get delayed  
No alliance with Congress: Kodiyeri  
Cabinet reshuffle not in CPM’s agenda: Kodiyeri  
Books inciting communal hatred: Peace School director under arrest  
There’ll be no unilateral decision in Mani issue: Kodiyeri  
No more different voice in CPM: Kodiyeri  
Malayalam film industry mourns Sridevi's demise  
Kodiyeri to continue, Gopi Kottamurikkal reinstated  
Congress activists manhandle minister in Kannur  
Royal family protests at Padmatheertham pond  
Ten new faces in CPM state panel, seven exempted  
CM, Chennithala condole Sridevi’s death  
Shuhaib murder: Car used by accused recovered  
Patient commits suicide in Medical College hospital  
Fire at Koilandy; two shops partially gutted  
Kerala comrades should learn party policies once more: Yechury  
Jacob post FB comment on Attapadi issue, too  
Madhu’s death: Accused give statement against forest officials  
Attapadi fund: BJP demands white paper  
Liquor ban: SC leaves decision to govt  
Locals block ambulance bearing Madhu's body  
Madhu’s death: Kummanam ties his arms together with cloth to protest  
Yechury, police, ministers criticised in CPM conference  
Pvt Security man goes berserk at ISL venue, Blasters fan seriously injured  
KSRTC MD orders drivers to switch off mobile while driving  
 
Do you think Facebook empathy will help tragedy victims?
yes
 
no
 
no opinion
 
 
 
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]kaumudi.com
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy