'Babuvetta' girl Neha Iyer spotted with baby bump

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Neha Iyer in the film 'Balan Vakeel' (L) and at the success celebration of the film (R)
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Remember the girl Neha Iyer who charmed us all in popular TV ad of Pears soap? The actress is familiar to Malayalam movie buffs with her roles in 'Tharangam' and 'Kodathi Samaksham Balan Vakeel'.

As part of the success celebration of 'Balan Vakeel', an event featuring the entire cast of the movie was held in Kochi on Friday.

While many stars were seen at the event, it was Neha who grabbed all the attention. The actress was all smiles as she posed for snaps with a baby bump. Although Neha quite active on social media, she never posted anything regarding her pregnancy.

Recently, the actress had shared the sad news of her husband's death on January 11. She shared an old pic on Instagram and wrote, ‚ÄúOn Jan 11th, I lost the single most important person in my life. My best friend, soul mate, partner in crime, husband passed away leaving me with a bleeding heart. 15 years of being inseparable buddies, growing up together, sharing a life of pure joy, love and gay abandon...gone in a flash. The void that now remains is indescribable. Heartfelt gratitude to all the beautiful, loving people who have been standing with me through this and giving me so much love and strength. It's this love that keeps me going.‚ÄĚ (sic.)

Neha was married to Avinash Iyer.

Neha was seen in a dance number 'Babuvetta' in the movie 'Kodathi Samaksham Balan Vakeel' directed by B Unnikrishnan which starred Dileep and Mamtha Mohandas in the lead.

She also played a pivotal role in Tovino Thomas-starrer 'Tharangam' which was bankrolled by Tamil actor Dhanush.

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