Manju Warrier is considered Goddess Saraswati's true daughter; here's why?
After her split with actor Dileep, there has been a display of many talents that Manju Warrier possesses. From Bharatanatyam skills to playing the veena for her daughter, many of her acts go to show that she is the true daughter of Goddess Saraswati
While the lockdown is perceived a curse for many in general and the film industry in particular, for actress Manju Warrier, it’s given her time to connect with Goddess Saraswati, bring smiles to her daughter's face and rediscover herself after her split with actor Dileep.
By displaying her skills on the Naada Veena instrument for her little daughter, Manju Warrier skills go to show that she is “Goddess Saraswati's true daughter”.
The actress gave herself a break from films after her marriage with Dileep in 1998.
The talented actress is a trained classical dancer and has also forayed into signing. She was known to be a Bharatanatyam dancer too, but all this stopped post her wedding. When everyone thought her career was done and over with, she bounced back and also performed a Kuchipudi dance at the annual dance festival, Nishagandhi, in Thiruvananthapuram in 2013. Her performance is largely perceived as an indicator of becoming an independent woman after a journey through a troubled marriage.
In 2016, she divorced her husband Dileep and started focusing on her comeback career. Her comeback debut came in the form of Asuran with Dhanush.
The actress has kept her plate full during the lockdown too, spending time indoors with her daughter.
Amidst the lockdown, she posted few videos of her dancing, but the latest video of her displaying her hidden talent of playing Naada Veena has people talking. Although this was for her daughter, fans are going crazy and many say she is blessed by Goddess Saraswati.