Tuesday, 17th July, 2018

Wink & smile incite setiments

15, Feb 2018 By shakeel ahmad

The 18-year-old student of the famed Vimala College of Thrissur in Kerala state has got sufficient publicity in a 28-second film clip. But what has it messaged to the young minds? Her wink and mischievous smile were set to fill the young students’ brains with the cutest idea of attaining mastery over flirting conduct rather than learning the lessons taught in the school’s classes.

Nevertheless, the video clip of Priya Prakash Varrier has annoyed the Muslim group. The group supporting the clip finds nothing insulting. The protester group wanted a ban on the clip. What they emphasize upon is no rapport between the song and its portrayal. If the ode praises a very revered personality, the wink and facial expression give a bad portrayal. The group opposing unacceptable part in the movie have their particular points.

Were possible changes coming? It is also being stated that the detractors have involved in gaining publicity. An ecstasy-induced cry continues amid the massive reputation of the actress and the controversial clip. The social media users see enjoyable depiction; however, the contentious depiction requires modification as the viral clip is teaching viewers how flirting is done.

The Muslim group said that the video music did not go with the dignity of the song, Manika Malaraya Poorvi. It is a remake of a popular PMA Jabbar’s track Mappilla, came out years ago. Actually, there have been several remakes of the song including one by Moosa Eranjoli. The one from the film Oru Adaar Love is a more stylish version. The song originates from a genre called Mapilla Pattu, quite famous in North Kerala. This is not a Qawwali but the folk song crooned in weddings and functions. Its dialect is Arabic and Malayalam whereas Urdu, Tamil and Persian are the languages used for the lyric.