Actress Aditi Rao Hydari found "true love" on the set of her debut Malayalam film, "Sufiyum Sujatayum".
Happily posing with a pigeon on her shoulder in a photo, Aditi wrote: "Everytime I set it free, it came right back...#TrueLove #SufiyumSujatayum."
The Malayalam film recently released on an OTT platform.
"When I heard the story, I felt a very fairytale-like quality in the narrative. It is almost like a fable that we hear in childhood, where the world and incidents happening around are surreal but all the characters and their emotions are real. I found it fascinating. Also, in the film I am playing the character of a girl who is speech-impaired, which means I have no dialogue. So I didn't think twice before saying yes to the film," she had told IANS.
"The stories of Malayalam films are good. I watch them and I am a fan of Malayalam cinema. But learning Malayalam is tough. I managed Telugu and Tamil. I am half south-Indian -- I am Hyderabadi. Earlier I didn't do Malayalam films because that is a very difficult language for me to learn," she had said.