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WATCH: This Valentine’s Week, Twitterati are crushing on this adorable Malayalam song clip on social media

A short clip — a boy looking at the girl and the latter responding to his gaze — has struck a chord among the people on social media and is being shared widely as people are busy celebrating Valentine's Week. The clip is a part of the newly-released song 'Manikya Malaraya Poovi' from the upcoming Malayalam film 'Oru Adaar Love'.

Written by Ishita Sengupta | New Delhi | Updated: February 12, 2018 2:33 pm
promise day, valentine's day, high school romance viral video, malayalam film, Oru Adaar Love., Manikya Malaraya Poovi, indian express, indian express news This Valentine’s Week, people on social media are sharing this viral clip from the Malayalam song ‘Manikya Malaraya Poovi’ . (Source: Muzik247/YouTube)

They do say that nothing really beats the adorable and cute quotient of high-school romance. Which is exactly why even after years, when those high-school sweethearts make it through the trials and tribulations of life, we collectively go awwwww. Well, it’s exactly that awww-dorable factor that has made this small clip from a Malayalam movie resurface during Valentine’s Week… because whether we like it or not, love is in the air and Valentine’s Day is nigh.

It’s almost impossible that if you’ve been scanning through her social media feeds you haven’t come across this tiny clip from the  newly-released song Manikya Malaraya Poovi from the upcoming Malayalam film Oru Adaar Love. And if such an atrocity has happened, then here you go.

Watch the clip here.

Composed by Shaan Rahman, the song was released recently and is being widely shared ever since. People cannot get enough of the heartwarming high school romance as shown in the song, and the way the boy and the girl look at each other.

Watch the video here.

People on social media have not only made memes but are also, ardently expressing their love for the clip in general and the girl, Priya Prakash Varrier in particular. Here are some of the reactions.

 

 

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  1. ram adwani
    Feb 12, 2018 at 11:57 pm
    : /2BIP9pt get free Valentine's Day gift suggestions and many interesting products
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    1. KBD
      Feb 12, 2018 at 10:45 am
      awww
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        Eve
        Feb 12, 2018 at 10:41 am
        It is these kind of movie scenes that make the children go wayward. What is the motive of the boy and girl in eyeing each other. It is the sign of attraction to opposite sex. Where does this attraction lead to? 1. loosing concentration in studies.2. Pining to be in each others company always 3. Roaming around together outside campus, in theatres, malls etc. 4. Pa s look like enemies souring of relationship with pa s hatred for pa s. 5. Leads them to lodges. 6. Girl gets pregnant. 7. Boy either marries the girl leading to her quit studies, become mother at the age of 17-20, has to carry burden of motherhood at young age when she has to be in college/ OR boy deserts girl pa s dont allow girl to stay in house. Children should not get distracted by love when they have to focus on their studies and . Once they settle in they can look for a good husband/wife.I know of a girl who was in love in first year engineering marrying an auto driver. Now she is a mother.
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          prince
          Feb 12, 2018 at 9:45 am
          So, now high school students have become money spinners for film makers. So sad !
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            Carol Ephraim
            Feb 12, 2018 at 9:36 am
            High school students should be spending their time studying and working hard to secure a good future. Such irresponsible movies have ruined countless lives. Anyway the girl looks too old to be indulging in such antisocial behaviour. While our western counterparts are researching in rocket science, running around trees is being researched by Indians.
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              David Shres
              Feb 12, 2018 at 9:53 am
              plz as if you didn't had your time in high school, tbh I grew up in Sydney, and trust me the story here is way worst, its normal this days, every generation is diffe you can'y expect every generation to be same as yours
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