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Oru Adaar Love to re-release with a new climax



Oru Adaar Love Directed by Omar Lulu, which released on V-Day, opened to mixed response and in fact, a few scenes didn’t go well with the audience. The climax which had a tragic end has been revised now. The director has shot a new version climax that is said to be light-hearted and funny when compare to the previous one version and it will re-release on Wednesday.

The director in a Facebook live while responding to comments he said “Like all of you wanted, we have changed the climax and the film with new climax will be in the theaters from Wednesday."


According to Manorama Online, Director Omar Lulu said that he has shot a 10-minute portion for the new climax. “We re-shot the climax in a day’s time and a 10-minute sequence will replace the existing climax. Apart from this, around 10 minutes from the total duration of the movie has been cut. The new version will hit the screens from Wednesday noon show.”


Oru Adaar Love became the hot topic for discussion after a song 'Manikya Malaraya Poovi', featuring Priya Prakash’s wink went viral. It may be recalled here that the first single from the film, Maanikya Malaraya Poovi, turned out to be a chartbuster and the talk of the town. The song featured Priya Prakash Varrier and her wink in it went viral among the netizens. The song turned out to be a chartbuster and Priya’s popularity soared up.

Directed by Omar Lulu, the film is produced by Ousepachan Vaalakuzhy under the banner Ousepachan Movie House. The film has a bevy of newbies in pivotal roles and that includes Roshan Abdul Rahoof, Noorin Shereef, Siyadh Shajahan, Priya Warrier and Michelle Ann Daniel. While the director himself is in charge of the story, the screen play has been penned by Sarang Jayaprakash and Lijo Panadan. Shaan Rahman has composed music for this venture with Sinu Sidharth cranking the camera and Achu Vijayan editing it

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