Imagine you and your friend are hungry and all you have is Rs 100, which you think is enough to buy snacks, coffee or tea. But feeling hungry when you are at an international airport in India, may be when you are waiting for another friend's arrival, will leave you with no other option than to starve.
Maheshinte Prathikaaram actress Anusree shared a Facebook post on Friday, September 23, on how she was shocked to see the restaurant bill for a black tea, coffee and two puffs at Trivandrum International Airport. The actress received a bill of Rs 680 from Kitchen Restaurant at the airport that led her to bring the matter to the notice of authorities and all her followers.
"Friends, today morning I had to pay Rs 680 for having two black coffee and puffs from the coffee shop Kitchen Restaurant at Trivandrum International Terminal. International airport, please do not shock us like this. NB: I share this in a hope that the authorities will do the right things for the common people [translated from Malayalam]," Anusree wrote on her Facebook page while sharing the photo of the restaurant bill.
Meanwhile, on the career front, Anusree, who made her acting debut opposite Fahadh Faasil in Diamond Necklace in 2012, had two back-to-back Malayalam movie releases in September. The actress played the role of a police officer in Mohanlal's crime thriller Oppam for which she garnered positive response from the audience. She was also seen in a pivotal role in Kunchacko Boban's family entertainer Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho.
Read the original Facebook post of Anusree here: