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Songs of Vineeth Sreenivasan starrer 'Kunjiramayanam' released

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Songs of Vineeth Sreenivasan starrer 'Kunjiramayanam' released A still from the movie

Kochi: Muzik247, the prominent music label in the Malayalam film industry released the songs of the much awaited Kunjiramayanam. Directed by Basil Joseph, the movie brings together the brothers, Vineeth Sreenivisan and Dhyan Sreenivasan to share screen space for the first time. The music is composed by Justin Prabhakaran and the lyrics are written by Manu Manjith. Here goes the track details:

1. Thumba Poove Sundari

Sung by: Shankar Mahadevan

2. Ayyayyo Ayyayyo

Sung by: Vineeth Sreenivasan

3. Paavaada

Sung by: Daya Bijibal

4. Salsa

Sung by: Masala Coffee Band

Kunjiramayanam is Basil Joseph's debut feature film which is produced by Suvin K Varkey under the banner of LittleBig Films and distributed by E4 Entertainment. Deepu Pradeep and Basil Joseph have written the screenplay.

The film will see Srinda Ashab and Sneha Unnikrishnan as female leads. Aju Varghese, Neeraj Madhav, Mamukoya, Seema G Nair, Hareesh, Deepak Parambol, Bijukuttan and Arya also play important roles.

The first video song of Kunjiramayanam, Thumba Poove Sundari is trending on YouTube since its release on Monday, garnering more than 73,000 views in less than 42 hours.

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