Are Malavika Mohanan & Vicky Kaushal dating?

Malavika Mohanan is familiar to Malayalam movie buffs as 'Pattam Pole' girl who starred opposite Dulquer Salmaan.

While Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal is enjoying the success of his recent flicks, reports about his love life is abuzz. The latest reports suggest that Vicky Kaushal is dating actress Malavika Mohanan.

Though none of them has confirmed the relationship, their social media conversations are too cute.

Recently, Vicky Kaushal with his brother Sunny was at Malavika’s Bandra home for a dinner. And a video of Vicky, his brother and Malavika’s mother is doing the rounds on social media giving rise to speculations.

A couple of weeks ago, Vicky had made a cute video, where he wrote “Life’s a Mani Ratnam film after a wholesome South Indian meal on a Sunday afternoon! Thank You @malavikamohanan" Malavika’s mother Beena had remarked, “Mera thank you kahan hai Vicky?

The video sees AR Rahman song Adiye playing in the backdrop and Malavika Mohanan had commented on the video. "Hahahaha you managed to figure out how to add music to the video! I was trying to figure it out for a while."

According to a source who was quoted by a Bollywood entertainment website said, “Vicky, Sunny, Malavika and her brother have known each other since they were kids and enjoy a camaraderie and bond together. But Vicky and Malavika apparently, have become extremely close during this. Sunny and Malavika are also good friends. In Mumbai, no matter how busy he is, he will make it a point to drop in for lunch or dinner at Malavika’s home where she stays with her parents and brother. Now it seems that their relationship is becoming stronger and developing into something more intimate.”

The source says, “Malavika is always talking glowingly about him to everybody. She likes him so much she cannot stop gushing about him and while Vicky is more reticent, he does these little romantic gestures, like dropping in and surprising her on the sets of one of her South Indian films and taking her out for lunch.”

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