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'Rani Padmini': Songs of Manju-Rima starrer released

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Rani Padmini: Songs of Manju-Rima starrer released Poster of the movie

Kochi: The songs of much-awaited Aashiq Abu directorial Rani Padmini has been released by Muzik247, the prominent music label in the Malayalam film industry.

Featuring four tracks, the music is composed by Bijibal with lyrics written by Rafeeq Ahammed and Nellai Jayantha.

Song Details:

1. Varu Pokaam Parakkaam

Sung by: Shwetha Menon, Devdutt & Lola Lyrics by: Rafeeq Ahammed Composed by: Bijibal

2. Oru Makaranilavay

Sung by: Chithra Arun Lyrics by: Rafeeq Ahammed Composed by: Bijibal

3. Puthu Puthu

Sung by: Soumya Ramakrishnan Lyrics by: Nellai Jayantha Composed by: Bijibal

4. Mizhimalarukal

Sung by: Sayanora Lyrics by: Rafeeq Ahammed Composed by: Bijibal

Starring Manju Warrier and Rima Kallingal in the lead, Rani Padmini is penned by Syam Pushkaran and Ravi Sankar.

Sajitha Madathil, Jinu Joseph, Sreenath Bhasi, Soubin Shahir, Dileesh Pothan, Binu Pappu, Rajitha Madhu and Hareesh Khanna forms rest of the cast.

Cinematography is handled by Madhu Neelakandan whereas editing and colour grading is by Saiju Sreedharan.

Scheduled to release on October 23, Rani Padmini is produced by P M Harris and V S Muhammed Althaf under the banner of Fort Entertainment.

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