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FIR registered against Priya Prakash's viral song for hurting Muslim sentiments

FIR registered against Priya Prakash's viral song for hurting Muslim sentiments

The latest Indian viral sensation, Priya Prakash Varrier, a debutante in Malayalam film industry, has become a rage on social media. "When I first saw the viral video I fell in love it".

The makers had first reportedly chose to remove the the teaser song "Manikya Malaraya Poovi" from YouTube, after a police case was filed in Hyderabad for allegedly hurting religious sentiments.

The director of the movie, however, said the song shared the message of love beyond borders and the controversy involving its lyrics and social media sensation Priya Prakash Varrier's expressions was totally unnecessary.

After a group of youth from Hyderabad lodged a complaint against the song, Mumbai Raza Academy also have raised objection against it. "After listening to the song, I went for the translation of the lyrics", he said. "All communities are singing the song and it will not be removed from the film, even if there is any pressure".




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However, the letter has raised the objection with lyrics of the song and not with Priya Prakash as such. The complainant says nothing against the actors except for states that the melody's verses are against Muslim notions and are hostile to the devotees of Prophet Mohammad. On the eve of Valentine's Day another video of Priya Prakash was released which again won millions of hearts. "I did what I was asked to do and never expected it to be such a hit". "It was spontaneous and we hadn't planned anything", the commerce undergraduate at a college in Thrissur college, 300 km from the Kerala capital Thiruvananthapuram. The song, Manikya Malaraya Poovi was released on YouTube on February 9. Oru Adaar Love rotates around the romantic tale of two understudies and warmth of friends.

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.