Malayalam film 'Oru Adaar Love's first song goes viral, thanks to debutante actress Priya Prakash Varrier
By Express News Service | Published: 11th February 2018 11:13 PM |
Omar Lulu's next 'Oru Adaar Love' is trending on YouTube, because of its first track - the song 'Manikya Malaraya Poovi', composed by Shaan Rahman (who gave us the famous 'Jimmiki Kammal') and sung by Vineeth Sreenivasan, who is incidentally one of the voices behind 'Jimmiki Kammal'. It turned viral on YouTube within few hours of its release.
Social media was flooded with appreciations about the music and the performance of the debutante actors featured in the video. The song is also trending on YouTube at number 1 position garnering more than 1 million views and 50,000 likes in just 20 hours.
Written and directed by Omar Lulu, 'Oru Adaar Love' tells the story of plus two students starring a bunch of newcomers.
The actress featured in the song, Priya Prakash Varrier, a college student in Kerala, has won a million hearts already with her expressions and winks. She gained over 1.5 million followers on Instagram after the song went viral (@priya.p.varrier). Thousands of fake accounts on social media platforms have cropped up as well.
WATCH FULL SONG HERE
Here are some of the best reactions and appreciation posts of the song and the actress:
1 Telugu actor Allu Arjun's reaction:
2 The Arvind Kejriwal version
The expressions given by priya prakash varrier in those 2 minutes were more than what Nargis Fakhri and Katrina Kaif couldn't give in their entire career #PriyaPrakashVarrier— Hamid Shaikh (@itsHamidShaikh) February 11, 2018
#PriyaPrakashVarrier— Shivani Nani (@vanisaxenaa) February 11, 2018
What school in India allows the students to put eyeliner, lipstick, stylise hair and flaunt so many ear piercings?
5 The version with Tamil actor Vijay
7 The version with Tamil actor Suriya
8 The Donald Trump version
9 East India Comedy's meme
10 All India Bakchod's meme captioned: Internet Ek Dhoka Hai (a play on stand up comedian Zakir Khan's Pyaar Ek Dhoka Hai phrase)
(With online desk inputs)