Pic talk: When Dileep and Kavya met Mammootty

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Kavya Madhavan had made her acting debut at a very young age in Mollywood. One of the most established actresses of Malayalam cinema, Kavya quit the industry post her wedding to actor Dileep.

And now, fans get to see her only on events and occasions she accompanies her actor husband Dileep.

Recently, actor Salim Kumar had turned 50 and held a grand birthday celebration for the stars. Among them were Dileep and Kavya. Interestingly, a photo of the duo interacting with megastar Mammootty is doing the rounds on social media. And we are reminded of the song Vennila Chandana.. which saw Mammootty and Kavya Madhavan. Kavya had played the role of young Bhanupriya in the 1996 movie Azhakiya Ravanan.

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Both Dileep and Kavya were seen in matching outfits while Mammootty was seen in a simple attire. Seems like it was indeed a starry affair!

Earlier, Salim Kumar, on his 50th birthday shared a hilarious post on his Facebook page. Comparing his life with a cricket match, the actor said that he had reached the 'half-century'.

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Meanwhile, Dileep and Kavya was also seen together for Navratri celebrations. The couple have a daughter, Mahalakshmi born on 19 October 2018 and it is said that the little one's birthday would be a grand affair. Kavya Madhavan was hardly seven when she made her debut in a Malayalam film titled Pookkalam Varavayi that released in 1991. 

On the other hand, Dileep is awaiting his next movie Jack Daniel which will see him sharing screen space with Arjun.

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