I was scared of the camera: Parvathy Thiruvothu reveals how she shared an adorable image of her childhood
Reported By 23 Apr 2020
The most fitting term for the talented Parvathy Thiruvothu will be 'Pan-Indian actress.' Parvathy, who made movie lovers go gaga over her enthralling performance, reveals that as a child she was afraid of the camera. The actress has shared her childhood image and explained how hesitant she was to face the camera. Parvathy also added that she managed to get in front of the camera in every way and draw a pose for it.
Taking to her social media handle, Parvathy Thiruvothu added that, “I was scared of the camera. I wouldn’t stop crying. The lens was a strange all-seeing deep eye that pointed at me. After several failed attempts, I somehow managed to unglue myself from my mother, and bravely stood there. Alone. Wide-eyed. Petrified. Won’t back down. How did that smile creep up there? I was fooled, people! They told me GEMS (the chocolate, not stones) would pop out of the mysterious eye if I smiled! Gems’ഉം വന്നില്ല ഒരു കുന്തോം വന്നില്ല! ഒരു വിചിത്ര ചിരിയുമായി ഞാൻ അവിടെ പ്ലിങ്ങി നിന്നു! All that popped out of this exercise was this. The proof of the creepiest expression of bravery that I mastered at such a tender age. Strange, I still wear it like a bawse! I love that I have vivid memories of the day even now. And I miss that frock. 🔆.”