Hyderabad police issues notice to Oru Adaar Love filmmaker Omar Lulu

Last week, there were reports suggesting that a group of youth approached the Falaknuma police station with a complaint that Malayalam song Manikya Malaraya Poovi hurt sentiments of Muslims.

Hyderabad police issues notice to Oru Adaar Love filmmaker Omar Lulu

Mumbai: Hyderabad police has issued a notice to Oru Adaar Love filmmaker Omar Lulu asking him to reply on the allegations he is facing. A complaint was filed against the movie for allegedly hurting Muslim sentiments, ANI report suggests.

Last week, there were reports suggesting that a group of youth from the Farooq Nagar area approached the Falaknuma police station with a complaint that Malayalam song Manikya Malaraya Poovi featuring actress Priya Prakash Varrier, hurt sentiments of Muslims.

After receiving the complaint, the police had asked the complainant to submit video proof.

“We received complaint from a few men that upcoming movie Manikya Malaraya Poovi’s viral song's lyrics is hurting sentiments of Muslims. They haven't submitted a video proof & we asked them to provide us the same. No FIR registered yet,” ANI quoted Syed Faiyaz, ACP Falaknuma as saying last week.

For the unversed, Priya became a celebrity overnight after a short clip from the song Manikya Malaraya Poovi from Oru Adaar Love went viral on social media. The song sung by Vineeth Sreenivasan and composed by Shaan Rahman became popular but it was Priya who stole the show.

The eighteen-year-old girl from Thrisshur in Kerala made netizens go crazy over her mesmerising expressions in a viral video. She has reportedly broken a record and guess what, she gained about 606K followers within a day! With 1.7 million users now, the actress who is a B.Com student has become India’s latest internet sensation.

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