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Hindi version of Manikya Malaraya Poovi Song, This is How Media Shared Fake News

Hindi version of Manikya Malaraya Poovi Song, This is How Media Shared Fake News Priya Prakash Varrier continues to soar temperature of the country through her a flirtious wink. According to the report she is demanding an hefty amount for a film,

Priya Prakash with her cute gesture

Hindi version of Manikya Malaraya Poovi Song, This is How Media Shared Fake News

Priya Prakash Varrier continues to soar temperature of the country through her flirtious wink. According to the report she is demanding an hefty amount for a film, since she has become national crush through her wink.

She has also overtaken former adult star Sunny Leone, by toping the list of most searched celebrities on Google.

Priya is feeling stuck and unable to control her overnight sensation. She never thought her wink would make her a national crush and overnight star.

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Currently, she is tired of receiving calls and giving an interview to media. She is nothing but a B. Com student. She wants to work in Bollywood and make carrier in Bollywood. She is also getting brand endorsement, since she went viral after Manikya Malaraya Poovi song was released.

After the song Manikya Malaraya Poovi feat Priya Varrier went viral. People thought if we make a hindi version of Manikya Malaraya Poovi song, they will get tons of traffics on their channel.

Hindi version of Priya Prakash Varrier Song

Keeping in mind, someone decided to create his own Hindi version and uploaded it on YouTube.

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Now you need to listen to it once and do a little bit research to find out that it’s far from being an official Hindi Version of the Malayalam song.

He did not cheat the audience, he clearly mentioned that, the lyrics are not the exact translation of original version of Manikya Malaraya Poovi.

Media Shared fake news of Hindi version of Manikya Malaraya Poovi

Further, the voice is far away from professional. And how can you miss the “Big Typo” in Hindi right there on the screen?

The problem starts when big media houses too start sharing such content as if it’s legitimate.

Have a look at the screenshot below and find out yourself how some of the big media companies shared the unofficial Hindi version of the song like it’s real.

Now this is where media needs to be a little bit responsible and do some research before putting things out there. With everybody having right to post things on Internet, majority of content seems to be fake.

Media should authenticate the news before sharing on a public domain. They have a big responsibility here to share only those things that are authentic.

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