Manju Warrier’s Quarantine Sitar Skills Will Surprise You!

She just played Bella Ciao!

Manju Warrier is firmly at the forefront of South Indian cinema, capturing hearts throughout Mollywood and Kollywood alike with her 2019 that featured blockbusters such as the Vetrimaaran Dhanush collaboration Asuran, and Prithviraj’s debut directorial venture Lucifer, starring Mohanlal. Fans have taken to her on-screen charm and authentic personality, and recently her star power seemed to have only gotten stronger with rumours of her sharing the screen with megastar Rajinikanth in an upcoming project.

While the lockdown has pushed us all to learn new things, develop a hobby or just get back to something we haven’t in a while. The actress has taken her time to learning to play the sitar during the lockdown.

She posted a video captioned “As long as you are learning, you’re not failing!”

The multi talented actress has made such an astonishing progress as she surprised her fans in her latest instagram post. In her recent post she is seen playing Bella Ciao from Netflix hit popular show money heist.

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ManjuWarrier made her acting debut at the young age of 17. Over the years she established herself as the superstar of the Malayalam film industry and became the forefront of South cinema.  She continued her success in Mollywood with the release of Mohanlal blockbuster Lucifer, which grossed around 200 crores worldwide, making it the highest-grossing Malayalam film ever. She also managed to strike gold with her first venture into Kollywood with the Vetrimaaran-Dhanush collaboration Asuran. Though it was a star-studded movie with a brilliant cast, one can never miss or fail to feel the impact left by Manju Warrier’s embodiment of Pachaiyamal. The strength, depth, and rawness she brought out gave life to the character as a brave fierce, woman who willing to do anything for the safety of her family.

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