Muslim organizations in India have failed in their effort to have the wink of an actress in a movie censored as blasphemous.

A clip of the wink by Indian actress Priya Varrier has gone viral on the internet, with millions of views since the movie trailer was released in February.

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Organizations representing Muslims, who are a large minority in India, claimed the winking and giggling in what they called a sacred song that references the Islamic prophet Muhammad’s wife was “blasphemy.”

The Malaysian-language movie, “Oru Adaar Love,” is about teen love, and Varrier plays the role of a student.

that India’s Supreme Court dismissed the complaint.

Dipak Mishra, the chief justice, said, “Somebody in a film sings a song and you have no other job but to file a case.”

Varrier petitioned the high court after police registered a case demanding the song be censored, reported.

The film shows a schoolgirl and schoolboy exchanging eyebrow wiggles and winks.

In an interview with , Varrier noted that after the clip went viral, she became known as the “winking sensation” and “winking queen.”

The film still is scheduled to be released next month.