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Malavika Mohanan took to Instagram to flaunt her photography skills

Malavika Mohanan posted a picture of a Tiger she took while on safari in Instagram
by Akanksha Sridhara | April 20, 2020 16:22 IST
Malavika Mohanan took to Instagram to flaunt her photography skills

Malavika Mohanan is gaining popularity as an actress as the days go by. She has starred in films like Beyond the Clouds and Petta. The actress to Instagram to flaunt another talent - photography. She took to Instagram to post a picture she took while on safari. The picture depicts a tiger tearing through a deer on a tree
 
She posted the picture with the caption, " It was dusk and we were heading back to our camp in ‘Arusha’ when our guide stopped our jeep and pointed us to a tree. It took a couple of seconds for us to spot this gorgeous creature as the final rays of the sun had almost slipped away from the sky by then. We all just stared, taking the sight in, of seeing nature at its most primal form. We had no hopes of getting a good picture without any light in the sky, and the ones we did manage to get were really grainy. But we were still happy that we got to witness this magnificent sight which seemed right out of something like NatGeo, which I used to watch so much as a child. Definitely the highlight of our safari! Shot on Sony A7R3 + Sony GM 100-400 P.S. Thank you for making my grainy picture so beautiful with your edit @varun.aditya !".
 
On the work front, the actress is looking forward to the release of her next film Master. Master. The film boasts an ensemble cast of Vijay, Vijay Sethupathi, Shanthanu Bhagyaraj, Arjun Das, Andrea Jeremiah and Ramya Subramanian amongst others. The film was to hit the theatres on 9th April 2020. However, the release now stands halted owing to the coronavirus outbreak.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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It was dusk and we were heading back to our camp in ‘Arusha’ when our guide stopped our jeep and pointed us to a tree. It took a couple of seconds for us to spot this gorgeous creature as the final rays of the sun had almost slipped away from the sky by then. We all just stared, taking the sight in, of seeing nature at its most primal form. We had no hopes of getting a good picture without any light in the sky, and the ones we did manage to get were really grainy. But we were still happy that we got to witness this magnificent sight which seemed right out of something like natgeo, which I used to watch so much as a child. Definitely the highlight of our safari! Shot on Sony A7R3 + Sony GM 100-400 P.S. Thank you for making my grainy picture so beautiful with your edit @varun.aditya !

A post shared by Malavika Mohanan (@malavikamohanan_) on

 
Credits: Instagram


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