Priya Prakash Varrier's wink in a song of Oru Adaar Love is deemed forbidden by a sect of Islamic believers. A fresh plea has made its way to the SC.
The popular wink that made Priya Prakash an internet sensation overnight is an act of shame!
A recent supreme court plea has deemed Priya Prakash‘s wink as forbidden in Islam. A fresh application lands on the desk of the apex court objecting to the popular wink scene involving Priya Prakash. The wink is visible in a song from the upcoming Malayalam movie, Oru Adaar Love. Meanwhile, the protesting party is completely against the motion saying the act of winking is forbidden in Islam.
The petition comes from a couple of parties from Hyderabad, however, the support comes from various sects. Meanwhile, the application refers to the verses in the Holy Quran Sharid and wants the court to hear the petitioners before giving a decision on actress Priya Prakash Varrier’s petition to quash criminal charges registered against her in connection with the wink song that went viral on the social media within hours of its release.
Earlier this year, the SC had put a stay order on all the pending FIR’s on the movie. Priya Prakash along with Oru Adaar Love was clear to hit the screens!
The stay was solid in response to a petition courtesy, the director, producer and the actor.
There were obligations earlier regarding the song in Hyderabad.
The other applicant professes to be a person “engaged in preserving the rich Muslim culture and values.”
In their application, the applicants raise the issue of certainly objectionable picturization. The application reads:
“Which when superimposed with the sacred lyrics of the song can very well be categorised as an act of blasphemy. The 30-second clip shows a young schoolgirl and a schoolboy exchanging smiles, eyebrows wiggles and winks from across the way. It has completely captivated audiences but with a wrinkle on the face of religious Muslims.”
Teachings of Sahih Muslim also forbid the act of winking, according to the claims of the applicant.