#priya prakash varrier, the charming beauty from Kerala is now the latest sensation on Internet, and all credit goes to her winking video from the movie ''Oru Adaar Love''. Now, the winking girl has revealed that she is a hardcore fan of #deepika padukone, and would love to act in a Bollywood flick. The starlet also revealed that her dream is to act alongside 'Bollywood Badshah' #shah rukh khan.

Can Priya Prakash follow the footsteps of Vidya Balan and Aishwarya Rai?

It is the dream of all South Indian heroines to act in Bollywood flicks, and interestingly, only a few have achieved this feat. Some of the well known South Indian female celebrities who made it big in Bollywood are Aishwarya Rai, Vidya Balan, Asin and yesteryear heroine Sridevi.

In a recent interview given to a television channel, Priya Prakash Varrier revealed that she has lived in Mumbai for a few years. The actress said that she can handle Hindi well, which will surely turn out to be an added advantage if she gets a chance in Bollywood.

Even though Priya became famous as a wink queen, the actress has several times made it clear that she would love to be known as a good actor than remembered all the time for that wink.

Controversies regarding the iconic wink continues

As the wink became viral on the Internet, a group of extreme Islamic believers in Hyderabad lodged a complaint against the ''Oru Adaar Love'' movie team stating that the song used in the movie has hurt their religious sentiments. In the meantime, a Raza Academy, which claims to represent Sunni Muslims in Mumbai has written to the censor board and has requested to remove objectionable portions from the songs which include that wink from Priya.

However, Omar Lulu, the director of the film made it clear that the song will not be removed from the film.

As controversies surrounding the song reached new heights, Pinarayi Vijayan, the honorable Chief Minister of Kerala extended his support to the movie's crew. The Chief Minister said that objections raised against this song are nothing other than intolerance towards freedom of expression provided by the Indian constitution to everyone in this nation.

The song which begins with ''Manikya Malaraya Poovi'' is basically a Mappila Pattu (Islamic Folklore). The song combines Malayalam and Arabic language, and it even has some words in Urdu and Persian too. Mappila Pattu which is believed to be originated in 1700 slowly became very popular in Kerala, and after transcending the barriers of religion, it became accepted among people of all religious groups in the state.