Wink queen Priya Varrrier's 'Oru Adaar Love' gets new climax, watch it on Wednesday

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If you are unhappy with the climax scene of the movie 'Oru Adaar Love', here is your chance to watch it again with a twist at the end.

The much-hyped 'Oru Adaar Love', starring Roshan, Priya and Noorin, is all set for a new climax.

According to the director Omar Lulu, movie buffs expected a fun-filled entertainer and since he failed to live up to their expectations, the film has been facing a backlash.

“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,” said Omar.

Asked what is the reason for such a decision, he said, “This is my third movie after Happy Wedding and Chunks. And with back-to-back rom-com I wanted to bring in a realistic feel to this movie and decided to go for a tragic 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.”

He also claimed that a campaign to degrade the movie is active on online networks. “There are people who didn't even watch the movie outrightly criticising it. They can't even explain what is the reason for the criticism but are just slamming it on social media platforms saying the film is a flop. Don't know why such comments are doing the round but I can say that with such negative reviews they are not just degrading me but a bunch of talented youngsters who have a lot to do in future,” he said.

The film is a love story set in a school backdrop. When the first promo song video of the film was released, Priya's wink and adorable expressions won over a million hearts and made her a celebrity overnight. But in the movie, it's Noorin Sheriff who steals the show along with Roshan.

Produced by Ouseppachan Valakkuzhy, the film had a big release across the country.

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