For us Malayalis, whistling in public is not very gentlemanly. May be, that has something to do with the attitude of the whistler as well. But, her in the city, a girl with Malayali roots whistled her way up to the record books. Swetha, grand daughter of Palakkad Padoor native Ganapathi, has found herself a place in the Limca Book of records and Asian Records. Not only that, Swetha will be representing India in the World Whistling championship to be held in Japan this week. Musicians have also taken note of her special talent and some of them uses her whistling in place of instrumental music. She has already "whistled" for five movies.