According to a leading website, Priya Varrier’s eagerly-awaited the much-talked about Malayalam film Oru Adaar Love will be released in Telugu and Hindi as well. The makers, apparently, took the decision keeping in mind the winking sensation s immense and rising popularity especially amongst the younger generation. This is some awesome news and is bound to create quite a buzz amongst movie buffs.
In case you were not aware, Oru Adaar Love is a romantic drama and has been directed by Omar Lulu. In it, Priya will be seen alongside Roshan Abdul Rahoof and Noorin Shereef. Its song Manikya Malaraya Poovi became extremely popular thanks to its heartwarming composition and Priya’s wink. In fact, such was the craze surrounding her cute expressions and she ended up receiving romantic proposals from some passionate and over enthusiastic fans.
Reacting to her overnight stardom, she had said that the whole feeling was simply ‘overwhelming’ .
“I am very happy. Don’t know how to handle so much love. It’s completely surreal. I’m falling short of words trying to express myself. Never expected this,” Priya had told a leading daily.
As it so happens, as a result of her popularity, she has been approached by some top Telugu producers and could be on the verge of entering Tollywood.
Taking about this, a source had told a website that even though nothing has been finalised, several producers are keen on casting her in their films and cashing in on her popularity.
“It is true that top Telugu producers and directors want to sign her for a couple of big Telugu films. Dil Raju who is making films with big stars like Sharwanand, Nithiin and Nani, was impressed with the cuteness of the girl and wanted to cast her opposite one of the top heroes. Similarly, UV Creations who are also making big films wanted to sign her. But [they] would continue their efforts to launch her in Telugu industry,” a source had told a leading website.
Priya’s popularity continues to grow with each and every passing day and we hope that Oru Adaar Love does well at the box office