Jimikki Kammal fame Sheril opens up about plans to act with Vijay
- Sheril became an internet sensation after a video of her dancing to the tune of 'Jimikki Kammal ' became popular on social media
- Even popular American television host Jimmi Kimmel retweeted about the video for the similarity between his name and 'Jimikki Kammal'
- There were reports that Sheril G Kadavan got an invitation to act opposite Ilayathalapathy Vijay in a Tamil cinema
Sheril G Kadavan, who became popular in Kerala with her Jimikki Kammal dance, has finally responded to the rumours of her entry into films. There were reports that she got an invitation to act opposite Ilayathalapathy Vijay.
Sheril, a teacher at Indian School of Commerce (ISC), Kakkanad, became an internet sensation after a video of her dancing to the tune of 'Jimikki Kammal' became viral on Facebook. The dance was done as part of Onam programme in the School.
Even popular American television host Jimmi Kimmel retweeted about the video after a Twitter user pointed out the similarity between 'Jimikki Kammal' and Jimmy Kimmel.
Though several dance videos were made later, it was the dance of Sheril and her colleagues that became most popular.
The latest report about this dance video was that Sheril, who led the dance, got an invitation to act in next Vijay movie.
Responding to this report, Sheril said that she got a call from Tamil film director K S Ravikumar asking whether she is interested in acting in movies. "I was in class when the call came, and he requested to give a call back if I am interested in acting in movies. I did not ask further details then," she said.
Sheril also said that she had heard that Ravikumar is planning his next movie with Vijay. The teacher did call back the director but informed that she is not interested in acting in movies. "I would love to go ahead with my teaching career. I am committed to this and is not interested in joining films," she said.
Jimikki Kammal dance by Sheril and her team has become popular not only in Kerala but also pan India and even abroad. Over two million persons have watched the dance on YouTube.