The teenage actress Priya Prakash Varrier is without a doubt an example of a midnight star who became famous in a jiffy. His wink acts in one of the songs of his film Oru Adaar Love, "Manikya Malaraya Poovi", which was released earlier this year, was his claim to fame that became viral on Valentine's Day this year. But the same song became controversial when the actress received the same reaction. In fact, an FIR was filed against her, the film and the song and now the Supreme Court rejected the same thing.
The controversy began when some people raised objections to the song "Manikya Malaraya Poovi" because the song was referring to the wife of the Prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam. Many FIRs were opposed to Priya Prakash Varrier, the creators of the film and the song accusing them of hurting the feelings of the Islamic community, alias the Muslims.
However, in a recent hearing, the Supreme Court overturned the same decision and also quashed the police complaint against Priya Varrier. The Chief Justice of India, Dipak Mishra, reportedly told the Telangana government that they were unemployed people who had no job but to file such cases against a line of the song. At present, manufacturers, musicians and Priya can breathe a sigh of relief, the court having quashed all the complaints against them. This news comes mostly as good news since it is only a fortnight of its release.
Speaking of the movie, Oru Adaar Love is led by Omar and also includes such personalities as Noorin Shereef, Roshan Abdul Rahoof and Siyadh Shahjahan. The film will be released in several languages other than Malayalam, which includes Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. It is planned to disembark in theaters on September 14th.