The national-award-winning actress who made her mark with the sensational Mahanati posted some super cute pictures of her. But what’s even more cuter is that she even dressed up her furry babies for these pics. She draped her pets in festive outfits too and they truly are a sight to see. Sharing the pics, she wrote, “From my puppers and I, to you and your family, ഓണാശംസകൾ!” (sic) She also shared a picture of the Sadhya.
Anupama Parameswaran opted for a gorgeous red saree paired with a green blouse instead of the usual white one. She shared pictures from a photo-shoot carried out at home and fans couldn’t get enough. Sharing her pictures, she wrote, “In search of some mallipoo.” (sic) The Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi actress also told Hyderabad Times in an exclusive interview that the one thing she wishes for the year ahead is for freedom from Covid-19.
Hello actress Kalyani Priyadarshan’s pookolam was a tribute to the frontline warriors. Dressed in a gorgeous white saree, paired with an orange blouse and gold jewellery, Kalyani even took lessons from her mom, actress Lissy, on the proper method of plating a banana leaf. She shared the pictures of the same, wishing all her followers a happy Onam.
Actress Malavika Mohanan too opted for red this time, which she paired with gorgeous gold. She wrote, “Skipping the quintessential off-white and gold Kerala saree (which will always be my first love) for one of my favourite shades of red this Onam Happy Onam!” (sic) sharing pictures from a photo-shoot done by the beach for the occasion.
Pictures of Nayanthara and her boyfriend, director Vignesh Shivan went viral on social media, and we can see why! The director posted adorable pictures of them gazing into each other’s eyes, all decked up for the festivities. He even shared pictures of Nayanthara with her mom and they both looked gorgeous in their white sarees.
Apart from these Malayali beauties, iSmart Shankar actresses’ Nabha Natesh and Nidhhi Aggerwal also shared pictures, dressed in traditional outfits and wishing their fans a happy Onam. While Nabha went with a gold saree paired with a green blouse, Nidhhi opted for a blue one.