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Why actresses don’t expose in Malayalam

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10 Responses to “Why actresses don’t expose in Malayalam”

  1. […] If trends are any proof, Malayalam actresses are more than willing to go the extra mile regards shedding inhibitions. Except they have to cross the border to do so. [hat tip: JK] […]

  2. Why actresses don’t expose in Malayalam (cinema)

    If trends are any proof, Malayalam actresses are more than willing to go the extra mile regards shedding inhibitions. Except they have to cross the border to do so. [hat tip: JK]

  3. Once manju warrier was the icon for malayali crowd. Showing hips were once considered closing gate for malayalam movies.

    Anyway let see how the stories end.

  4. Is it because chaste Tamil women wouldn’t malign themselves by such roles. They prefer North Indians, Telegu and Malayali imports. What say, Kushboo, Jayalalitha?

    As for the Malayalam stars, it’s their personal choice.

  5. This is happens because of the Directors, The directors dont want to take the risk of exposing actress in malayalam movie. But tamil directors dwant to take the extra mileage of exposing heroines.
    The heroines also want to be exposed because of their counterparts are ready to take their chances

  6. […] The location had nothing to do with the story and using this technique Kamal fell to depths only seen by Hindi film directors. Then this trend was picked up by Joshi (aka Joshiy) and Dileep. The energetic song, Shavaa Shavaa (Afsal, Sunitha Sarathy, Suresh Peters), in the film Runway was filmed  abroad with Dileep and Kavya Madhavan dancing in the streets of Thailand and the beaches of Phuket. While other language heroines are scantily dressed in such scenes, since Kavya does not expose like other Malayali heroines, she remained dressed conservatively in the song. […]

  7. […] In Kerala, Navya Nair seems to be in the news now not for any good roles in Malayalam movies, but for her bathing scene in a Tamil movie. That apart she seems to be doing well in Tamil movies, doing some serious cinema. She made her debut in Prakash Raj’s Azhakiya Theeye which was followed by Chidambarathil Oru Appasamy, the remake of Srinivasan’s Chithavishtayaya Shyamala. Coming soon is Pasakilikal written by M. Karunanidhi, Aadum Koothu by T.V.Chandran and Amirtham by Kannan. […]

  8. […] One problem which director Shaji Kailas faced was that he needed nine girls to ooze glamour. Since it was a Malayalam film it was difficult for him to find actresses to play such roles, and so he had to import some models. If only Shaji had read our blog regularly, he would have a got a clue on how to solve this problem. […]

  9. […] In Kerala, Navya Nair seems to be in the news now not for any good roles in Malayalam movies, but for her bathing scene in a Tamil movie. That apart she seems to be doing well in Tamil movies, doing some serious cinema. She made her debut in Prakash Raj’s Azhakiya Theeye which was followed by Chidambarathil Oru Appasamy, the remake of Srinivasan’s Chithavishtayaya Shyamala. Coming soon is Pasakilikal written by M. Karunanidhi, Aadum Koothu by T.V.Chandran and Amirtham by Kannan. […]

  10. […] The location had nothing to do with the story and using this technique Kamal fell to depths only seen by Hindi film directors. Then this trend was picked up by Joshi (aka Joshiy) and Dileep. The energetic song, Shavaa Shavaa (Afsal, Sunitha Sarathy, Suresh Peters), in the film Runway was filmed abroad with Dileep and Kavya Madhavan dancing in the streets of Thailand and the beaches of Phuket. While other language heroines are scantily dressed in such scenes, since Kavya does not expose like other Malayali heroines, she remained dressed conservatively in the song. […]


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