Launched on April 30, the channel has garnered 61.9k subscribers and counting and the primary episode that includes her whipping up mathan ila thalichathu acquired over 8.three lakh views. “I am in my hometown, Wayanad, and wanted to do something creative. It was my husband, Vishnu Prasad, who put forward the idea of a YouTube channel,” says Anu. Since Vishnu is a photographer, Anu says taking pictures movies has been straightforward.
Through the channel, she needs to introduce viewers to totally different sides of Wayanad. “I plan to take viewers to unexplored but beautiful places in the district,” she provides.
The first episode, ‘Ente Ummante Thaalippu’ options her paternal grandmother, Rukhiya, whom she calls umma, cooking mathan ila thalichathu – a curry made with tender pumpkin leaves which are cooked in kanjivellam. “My father is a Muslim and my mom a Hindu. I quick in the course of the month of Ramzan every time I can. Umma used to feed me rice and this curry because the pre-dawn meal after I was younger. Even now, she prepares it when she fasts and that is one dish I stay up for every time I come all the way down to Wayanad,” she says. The video additionally options her youthful sister, Anu Sonara, showcasing her expertise for singing.
“I will not be posting movies each week since I need to spend sufficient time on (creating) every episode. Dishes which are particular to Wayanad will definitely be featured. There will probably be ethnic eats ready by my ammamma (maternal grandmother) and my mother-in-law. Travel content material will probably be shot solely after the lockdown is lifted,” she explains.
As for her upcoming cinema initiatives, the actor says she has two Malayalam films, which haven’t gone on the flooring but.