Malavika Jayaram steps into modelling, is she hinting Mollywood debut?

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Malavika Jayaram with Parvathy and Jayaram (R)
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Celebrity couple Jayaram and Parvathy's son Kalidas aka Kannan has been a familiar face to Malayalam movie buffs since quite sometime. Unlike the star couple's son Kalidas, their younger daughter Malavika aka Chakki has always stayed away from the limelight.

It was Jayaram himself who had revealed that his daughter is least interested in acting. But recently, Malavika herself took to her Instagram page and officially shared the news of stepping into the Fashion industry. Sharing a photo of herself as a model for a bridal boutique based in Kochi, Malavika expressed that she has scripted a new chapter in her life.

Since then, fans of Jayaram and Parvathy are commenting that they are now awaiting the acting debut of Malavika. After finishing her studies abroad, Malavika is back to her homeland. Reports are now rife that Malavika will step into the movie industry provided a good script comes her way.

For the past couple of days, her old photos from her Instgram page is also doing the rounds on social media. While many are in awe of her stunning looks, some has also slammed her dress.

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Recently, Malavika was spotted with her parents at the Navratri celebrations hosted by Kalyanaraman family.

Meanwhile, Malavika's brother Kalidas Jayaram is quite active in Mollywood. He is currently awaiting the release of his next movie 'Happy Sardar' directed by Sudip Joshy and Geethika Sudip.

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