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Last Updated Monday August 20 2018 06:19 PM IST

It's Indrajith’s daughters who actually steal the show in this recipe video

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It's Indrajith’s daughters who actually steal the show in this recipe video Prathana and Nakshatra have already debuted in playback singing with the song, ‘ko ko kozhi’ for Mammootty-starrer The Great Father, composed by Gopi Sunder.

A dash of beautiful music over a hot bowl of fish molee would be a perfect combo to make a cooking session an amazing fun time.

In a video which has gone viral on social media, actor Indrajith’s mother Mallika Sukumaran and wife Poornima Indrajith are busy discussing a recipe for delicious fish molee.

But who really stole the show were Indrajith's two young daughters Prarthana and Nakashatra who gatecrashed into the discussion with the song ‘lilakame’ from Prithviraj’s super hit movie Ezra.

Prarthana plays a guitar and begins the song and soon her little sister Nakshatra joins in. Though the two have sung only two lines of the song, the video and their song have already taken the social media by storm.

It would be a double treat for fans of Indrajith and Prithviraj as they can listen to a mouthwatering account of recipe for fish molee and enjoy a couple of lines from a beautiful song.

The two kids have already debuted in playback singing with the song, ‘ko ko kozhi’ for Mammootty-starrer The Great Father, composed by Gopi Sunder.

Gopi Sunder had learned about Prarthana’s interest in music from actor Pithviraj and recorded the song with her and sister Nakshatra.

'Lilakame’ from Ezra was composed by Rahul Raj and many cover versions of the romantic number have appeared on social media.

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