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"You look like a tribal," Rima Kallingal gives a fitting reply to negative comments!

Friday, May 15, 2020 • Malayalam Comments

You look like a tribal, Rima Kallingal gives a fitting reply to negative comments!

Taking to Instagram, actress Rima Kallingal recently shared a few throwback pictures from her visit to Spain. "Yasss it’s the Royal Alcazar. A shining vestige of the ages gone by. A astonishing mix of gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture. I felt I couldn’t grasp it all in a days time. Walked around with wide eyes drinking up all the minute details. #musingsofatraveller," She captioned.

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Sporting shorts and shirt, the actress' casual avatar in the pictures impressed fashionistas while it irked the other section of her followers. A youngster commented on her picture that she looked like a tribal woman. Responding to which, Rima said, "Did you mean Adivasi? Well, thank you for describing me that way, They are the real King and queen."

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Later, the actress shared some more pictures and videos from her travel diaries and she put an end to the moral policing by netizens.

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"Ok ok people I am done!! But moral policing just brings out the best in me ?? And also because I didn’t wanna leave this thread about the Real Alcazar without showing you all the absolutely beautiful tile work here. The palace is known for its tile decoration. The two tile types used are majolica and arista tiles. In the arista technique, the green body is stamped and each tile segment has raised ridges. The art of majolica ceramics was developed later in the 15th-16th centuries. The innovation made it possible to "paint" directly on ceramics covered with white opaque glazes. We found this graceful lady near the exit gate painting the tile patterns on her canvas, occasionally looking up and smiling at her admirers. Goodbyes couldn’t be more serene. #musingsofatraveller," Rima wrote.

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Ok ok people I am done!! But moral policing just brings out the best in me ?? And also because I didn’t wanna leave this thread about the Real Alcazar without showing you all the absolutely beautiful tile work here. The palace is known for its tile decoration. The two tile types used are majolica and arista tiles. In the arista technique, the green body is stamped and each tile segment has raised ridges. The art of majolica ceramics was developed later in the 15th-16th centuries. The innovation made it possible to "paint" directly on ceramics covered with white opaque glazes. We found this graceful lady near the exit gate painting the tile patterns on her canvas, occasionally looking up and smiling at her admirers. Goodbyes couldn’t be more serene. #musingsofatraveller

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