Oru Adaar Love's Priya Prakash Varrier on singing: Music is part of my life & have learned it since childhood

Oru Adaar Love actress Priya Prakash Varrier sang the song Nee Mazhavillu Polen with Naresh Iyer. Recently, Priya also spoke about her singing dream. Here's what she said.
Priya Prakash Varrier,SouthOru Adaar Love's Priya Prakash Varrier on singing: Music is part of my life & have learned it since childhood
  • 0
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • Share on whatsapp
Priya Prakash Varrier aka the wink girl became famous after her Malayalam film 'Oru Adaar Love' alongside Roshan Abdul Rahoof, which was directed by Omar Lulu. She became an internet sensation in no time. Everyone went gaga over her wink. Recently, Priya sang for Rajisha Vijayan’s upcoming movie Finals alongside Naresh Iyer. The song titled Nee Mazhavillu Polen, composed by Kailas Menon, is receiving a great response on YouTube.  
Priya said that it was her dream to try playback singing at least once in her life. “Music is part of my life. I have been learning Carnatic music since childhood. It was an amazing experience to sing for Finals and I became quite happy when I started receiving positive responses for the song,” she said. Priya further added, “Sinu Sidharth, the cinematographer of Oru Adaar Love, used to take videos of me singing during shooting breaks. Sinu chettan had recorded an English track, which he played for Kalias chettan and he said he wanted a similar voice for Nee Mazhavillu Polen. I said, ‘let me try’ and the song happened.”
Priya was linked with her 'Oru Adaar Love' co-star Roshan Abdul Rahoof. When asked about the same and how they are the famous and in-demand couple, Priya said, "Rumours are, after all, rumours, and it will fade out once the reality sets in." She further added, "Yes, I agree that we were a much-in-demand pair. But it was more onscreen, and the film itself relied on our pairing for the attention and hype it created. Rumours are a part and parcel of my profession. I do my job with complete sincerity and dedication, and I leave the rest to the audiences.”

Add new comment