Popular Malayalam rom-com Premam, which still continues to be a rage among film buffs, turned two on Monday.

The film, an industry hit in Mollywood at the time, changed the lives of several new actors and crew members, who have went on to become big players in the industry in the last couple of years.

Chief among them is Anupama Parameswaran, one of the film's three female leads who were all debutants. The actress, who was a 19-year-old literature student at CMS College Kottayam at the time, is now a popular face in Telugu and Tamil industries as well. 

However, Anupama says she has still not gotten over the Premam hangover, and has named her renovated house after the film.

The actress posted a photo of her house's facade on Facebook, with the name card reading as Premam in the same font and style as the film's title card. She also thanked director Alphonse Puthren, producer Anwar Rasheed, her co-stars Nivin Pauly, Madonna Sebastian and Sai Pallavi for the opportunity and her fans for their love and support.

Find Anupama's full Facebook post here: