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AR Rahman makes the tune for Fahadh Faasil’s ‘Malayankunju’

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The movie “Malayankunju,” in which Fahadh Faasil stars, is scheduled for release on July 22. Ahead of that day, the producers released the first single from the movie. The lyrical song, “Cholappenne,” is noteworthy for a number of reasons, including the music legend AR Rahman’s comeback to Malayalam film after nearly three decades! Earlier, Sangeeth Sivan’s 1992 film “Yodha,” starring Mohanlal and Jagathy Sreekumar, for which AR Rahman provided the music, was released. The enchanting tune “Cholappenne,” written by Vinayak Sasikumar and sung by Vijay Yesudas, was created by the legendary AR Rahman. The slow-moving music and Vijay Yesudas’s deep voice dissolve into one another. The song has definitely caught the attention of music fans and has a charming old-world feel.

“Here’s the first track from Malayankunju. Composed by none other than A.R. Rahman. rendered by Vijay Yesudas. #Malayankunju #Cholappenne,” Fahadh Faasil said, launching the song.

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Rajisha Vijayan who is a part of ‘Malayankunju’ and also the song, was over the moon to be a part of the AR Rahman musical. “After 30 years when the maestro @arrahman sir is returning to Malayalam cinema, I feel the luckiest to be able to be on the visuals of his creation. Cholappenne is here and she is beautiful. Written by @vinayaksasikumar and sung by @thevijayyesudas 😊 Deepest gratitude to Fasil sir, Fahadhikka, @maheshnarayan_official, and the director himself @sajimonprabhakar 🙏🏼♥️,” she said.

“Malayankunju”, which is being directed by Sajimon Prabhakar, is bankrolled by renowned director Fazil, and it stars his son Fahadh Faasil. Mahesh Narayanan wrote the screenplay, while AR Rahman handled the photography and music. The film was edited by Arju Benn. In addition to Fahadh Faasil and Rajisha Vijayan, actors Indrans, Jaffar Idukki, and Deepak Parambol play important roles in “Malayankunju.”

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