Manju Warrier is a popular classical dancer and Malayalam heroine in movies. Actress Manju Warrier dance performance at Nishagandhi auditorium on 3rd September 2017 was watched by thousands of people gathered there.
Manju Warrier is a popular celebrity in Kerala who acted in lot of movies. Manju Warrier dance performance at nishagandhi auditorium at Trivandrum was conducted as part of 2017 Onam festival inauguration.
Onam celebrations in Kerala is conducted by Tourism Development Corporation of Kerala also known as KTDC. Every year during Onam celebration there will be dance performances by Malayalam actress. Last year there was dance performance of actress Shobana. Dance performance of actress Manju Warrier on 3-9-2017 at Kanakakunnu palace ground Auditorium Nishagandhi was one of her best dance performances.
In this program she did Kuchipudi dance which was a great entertainer for audience.
The year 2017 was a come back for Malayalam actress Manju Warrier in films after her divorce from husband and actor Dileep.
Manju Warrier came back to acting through Malayalam movie “How old are you” by director Roshan Andrews.
Photos of Manju Warrier dance performance at Nishagandhi
Malayalam actor Dileep is now arrested on a case in connection with an actress attack case and kept in Aluva sub jail. After getting divorce from first wife Manju Warrier, he got married to Kavya Madhavan.
This is Dileep’s first Onam with his second wife Kavya Madhavan and sadly he has to celebrate it from Aluva sub jail where he is remanded now.
Malayalam actress Kavya Madhavan is also a classical dancer. As Kavya Madhavan’s husband and actor Dileep is in jail actress Kavya Madhavan is not doing any dance programs in Onam 2017.
Manju Warrier is a popular actress who used to do dance programs in Kerala before her wedding. But after her marriage she did not do any classical dance programs because Dileep did not allow her to do it. Later after getting divorced from Dileep, she started doing classical dance programs like kuchipudi and mohiniyattam for programs.