Malavika Mohanan sets the internet temperature high with her traditional 'Urvashi' avatar | Malayalam Movie News - Times of India

South actress Malavika Mohanan often raises the temperature on social media with her high-end stylish pictures. Right from the traditional outfits to trendy attires, the actress knows how to pull them off with grace and elegance. The film 'Master' actress is yet again trending on social media after she recently dropped some of her amazing pictures from one of her photoshoots and won cyberspace in no time. In the pictures, Malavika can be seen posing in her traditional avatar and acing her 'Urvashi' look in a blue bandeau, paired with pink dhoti pants. She captioned her pictures as, 'Urvashi From a far away time in a far away land'. As soon as the pictures made their way to social media, it went viral, as several fans of her rushed to the comment section and showered their love upon her by dropping lovely hearts and fire emojis in number. Going through her Insta feed, one can easily see Malavika's love for ethnic looks. Time and again, netizens have seen her cavorting in a traditional ensemble. Earlier, on the occasion of Onam, her look in lehenga having a long sleeve red blouse with a coordinated printed skirt worn without a dupatta was enough to leave her fans completely in awe of her. It seems Malavika is best in her fashion game as she is frequently shelling out some major wardrobe inspiration among her followers on social media. Meanwhile, talking about her work front, the diva made her acting debut in the year 2013 with the romantic drama 'Pattam Pole' opposite Dulquer Salmaan. After this, she featured in a handful of films across multiple languages like Kannada, Hindi and Tamil. However, tables turned for the stunning beauty when she was selected by acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi for 'Beyond the Clouds.' She will next be seen in the Tamil film 'Maaran' with actor Dhanush.


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