Not just another guy! Pranav Mohanlal's pic from his European trip leaves audience guessing

Not a random commoner! Pranav Mohanlal's pic from his European trip leaves audience guessing
Photo: Instagram @pranavmohanlal

Young actor Pranav Mohanlal is a known adrenaline junkie. The son of Mollywood megastar Mohanlal is known for his love for solo trips and ventures into the unexplored destinations. The actor, who prefers the most modest means for travelling often, would get pass himself as a random hippie-like wanderer, thereby staying away from the limelight during his trips. Now, a recent photograph posted by Pranav on his Instagram proves that he is every bit of the nomad he is known as. The actor shared a picture in which he is seen sleeping on a park bench in front of an ancient castle like a random wayfarer. Even though he hasn’t mentioned the place, his fans made guesses that Pranav might have been in Spain.

Later, Pranav also posted photos featuring the art and architecture of Spain, including the Cathedral of Santo Domingo de Calzada, a town in the Rioja province of town. The town has a medieval streets and was declared a National Historic Interest Site.

Later on, the actor posted photos of his backpack, proving he is well equipped for the art of solo travels.

In a recent interview, singer, actor and filmmaker Vineeth Sreenivasan had hinted that Pranav was enjoying an extensive European trip. Pranav is on a trekking trip where he would walk for 800 miles across Europe. Vineeth had revealed this in an interview while promoting his latest movie ‘Mukundan Unni Associates’.

Even though he has acted only in a handful of films, Pranav is loved by Malayali movie lovers. Pranav seems to act in movies during the breaks between his travels. Meanwhile, the pictures that the actor posts from his trips often become viral on the social media.


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