- Priya Prakash Varrier mock-shoots a kiss in the new teaser
- "Please do keep supporting us," wrote Priya
- Roshan Abdul Rahoof plays Priya's love interest in the film
The teaser of Oru Adaar Love has already been watched over 10 million times on Priya Prakash Varrier's Instagram. Take a look:
It all began when a clip from the song Manikya Malaraya Poovi showing Priya Prakash Varrier winking at Roshan went viral over the weekend, launching a tsunami of memes. The hashtag #PriyaPrakashVarrier trended for days. If you have no idea what we're talking about, watch the song:
Thank you so much for the love and support for #ManikyaMalarayaPoovi#OruAdaarLove. 4.3 Million views for YouTube & counting, 600k+ for me going bigger in Instagram. #MondayMotivation#PriyaPrakashVarrierpic.twitter.com/vKLLQKiho2— Priya Prakash Varrier (@ppriyavarrier) February 12, 2018
Oru Adaar Love, directed by Omar Lulu, appears to be based on high school crushes and stars a bunch of newcomers, among them Priya Prakash Varrier and Roshan Abdul Rahoof. Priya's sensational wink, which left social media smitten was, in fact, a 'spontaneous' act. Speaking of it, she told NDTV, "Actually, the director wanted to capture something cute between me and my hero. So he told me if I can do the eyebrow thing and wink at him. I told him that I could give it a try. That's how it worked out. It was spontaneous and we hadn't planned anything."
Here's a look at some of the memes that popped up:
Dear boys!— Tweetberry (@Tweetberry_) February 12, 2018
"Those who are obsessed with Priya's smile"
Ye bhul jaten hain, agar Priya ke samne ek charming boy, fabulous expression nahi deta, to uski smile itni adorable kese hoti?
Moral: learn how to make a girl smile. #PriyaPrakashVarrier
Oru Adaar Love is scheduled to release on March 3.
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