South Star Malavika Mohanan Is Exhilarated to Share Screenspace with Ranbir Kapoor For An Ad

Ranbir Kapoor and famous South Indian actress Malavika Mohanan come together for an ad. Here’s a glimpse

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Famous South Indian star Malavika Mohanan who made her Bollywood debut opposite Ishaan Khatter in Beyond The Clouds, will be now seen sharing screen space with Gully Boy fame Siddhant Chaturvedi. Just before her that, the Hindi film industry has welcomed her with open arms for an ad film with Ranbir Kapoor and Malavika is all smiles for her first commercial infront of the lens and seems she can’t contain the excitement.

Checkout Malavika’s update here:

Malavika looks absolutely beautiful in the pastel pink bodycon sleeveless dress with a dainty pendant and wavy hair. Ranbir is seen wearing a navy blue t-shirt with denims with his hair styled a particular way. The picture was shot on the sets of the ad shoot. The ad is released and is for an e-commerce website. Fans have already showered enough love for the same. Fans quickly rushed to the comments section to share how the two looked absolutely good together amd the internet is on fire seeing the pair together.

Check out the ad here:

Both Ranbir and Malavika have done tremendously well in their careers and are supremely talented. Seeing two talents come together on screen for an ad definitely geared up the excitement level and the love from the audience is already speaking and they seem to have loved this duo. On the work front, Malavika will be making her Bollywood debut with the film Yudhra opposite Siddhant Chaturvedi. Malavika Mohanan is busy shooting for Dhanush’s Maaran. The film is directed by Karthick Naren. Ranbir Kapoor on the other hand, will next be seen in the film Shamshera which also stars Vaani Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt.

Malavika began her journey with Pattam Pole in 2013 and rose to fame after her appearance in Beyond The Clouds. Malavika was last seen in Master and shared her space with Vijay in the Tamil film.

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