Priya Prakash Varrier turned into an Internet sensation with one wink on the internet last year in a South Indian film song. After a long pause, the film Oru Adaar Love, at last, made it to the screens on this current Valentine’s Day however people who were waiting for the movie were left unsatisfied by the end of the film prompting filmmakers to rethink and bring changes in the movie.
After getting negative reviews from film analysts for its disturbing ending. Finally, filmmakers have made it clear that they will rework on its climax and film will re-launched. Following the backfir,e a revised form of the film with an alternate completion will keep running in theatres from Wednesday. Director Omar Lulu was quoted as saying, “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.”
Legitimizing his choice to change the peak he stated, “This is my third film after Happy Wedding and Chunks. Also, with consecutive romantic comedy, I needed to get a sensible vibe to this film and chose to go for an appalling end. However, that is not what our audience was expecting. Many people gave me negative feedback on the climax sequence. Hence, my producer and I decided to go for a change and shoot a new climax.”
Aside from Varrier, the film additionally includes Roshan Abdul Rahoof in a critical job. Oru Adaar Love spins around the romantic tale of two understudies and the glow of fellowship.
Earlier Oru Adaar Love which was released in four dialects including Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada was pirated by the Tamil rockers soon after its release with HD print in two languages.