Priya Varrier, Roshan and Noureen Shareef sizzle in 'Freak Penne' song | Watch video

Priya Varrier, Roshan and Noureen Shareef sizzle in 'Freak Penne' song
The fast number, which shows the young actors in stylish makeovers, has been viewed by more than 10,000 people in just fifteen minutes of its release.
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Seven months after 'Maanikya malaraaya poovi' the first song from Omar Lulu's 'Oru Adaar Love' took the internet by storm, the second song from the movie, starting 'Freak Penne' has been released on YouTube. The fast number, which shows the young actors in stylish makeovers, has been viewed by more than 10,000 people in just fifteen minutes of its release. 

The video shows all the eight lead actors of the movie viz Priya Prakash Varrier, Roshan Abdul Rahoof, Noorin Shereef, Michelle Ann Daniel, Arun A Kumar, Mathew, Siyadh Shajahan and Dilrupa.

Priya Varrier, Roshan and Noureen Shareef sizzle in 'Freak Penne' song
Priya Warrier's swift dance moves, Roshan Abdul Rahoof's flirt-boy makeover and Noureen Shareef's chic hair-styling are the major attractions of the video.

'Freak Penne' has been composed by popular music director Shaan Rahman, who also lent music to 'Manikya malaraya poovi'. 

Priya Varrier, Roshan and Noureen Shareef sizzle in 'Freak Penne' song
'Freak Penne...' has been composed by popular music director Shaan Rahman, who lent music to 'Manikya malaraya poovi...' also.

Sathyajith has penned the song, which he has sung along with Neethu. 

The song video is rich with peppy graphics and colourful costumes. Priya Varrier's swift dance moves, Roshan Abdul Rahoof's flirt-boy makeover and Noureen Shareef's chic hair-styling are the major attractions of the video.

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