Yashika Annand’s throwback Malaysia video&
- Yashika Annand has a staggering variety of followers on her Instagram deal with
- The actress recalled her Malaysia trip reminiscences in her newest Instagram post
- Earlier, she had been part of COVID-19 positivity music made in collaboration with Balamurali Bala starring actor Bharath
The glam doll Yashika Annand, who shot to fame with 2017 adult-comedy Iruttu Arayil Murattu Kuthu has been continuously participating her Instagram followers along with her gorgeous photos and movies. The 20-year-old Zombie actress by no means misses an opportunity to have interaction her followers along with her Instagram posts even on common days, particularly after changing into a sensation with Bigg Boss Tamil season 2. During the lockdown as properly, she has been sharing beautiful photos and movies for her followers and followers.
The actress revealed how she has been lacking her travelling as a result of large coronavirus pandemic. She shared a throwback video of herself strolling freely on the streets of Malaysia. “Miss walking around this way !!#malaysia #misstraveling #gocorona (sic)” wrote Yashika. The video has crossed two lakh views and has gone viral.
It is not only Yashika however tons of and hundreds of people that have been lacking their favorite previous time and out of doors actions due to the pandemic that has introduced the world to a halt.
While discussions about being protected, sustaining social distancing and taking sufficient precautionary measures to steer clear of Coronavirus, there are a set of individuals, akin to impartial musicians and established artists, who’ve contributed to unfold positivity and holding the spirits excessive of the folks. In that method, Yashika has carried out her half just a few days in the past. The actress was seen as part of a music video that starred actors Bharath and Munna Simon.
“A wonderful initiative by Bharath & Munna Simon and they have collaborated with balamurali balu for a music video #IdhuvumKadandhuPogumae to spread positivity among all. This too shall pass. #corona #lockdown #StaySafe #stayhome #quarantinelife @bharath_niwas @munnasimon @balubm @parthibanravi @studio.shades @vishnupriya_ravi (sic)” wrote Yashika alongside the video.
The album was made in collaboration with music director Balamurali Balu and titled Idhuvum Kadanthu Pogum (Even this may go away) to be able to restore positivity amongst folks. Yashika has additionally rendered her voice to part of the lyrics within the music.