'Thamasamenthe Varuvan', third single from Tovino-starrer 'Neelavelicham', is out

The song was released on Baburaj's 94th birthday on Friday.

The third song 'Thamasamenthe Varuvan' from the upcoming film 'Neelavelicham' is out. The song is the recreated version of the original track composed by M S Baburaj in the movie 1964 movie 'Bhargavi Nilayam'. The romantic number explores the blooming relationship between Bhargavi played by Rima Kallingal and Sasi Kumar (Roshan Mathew).

The song was released on Baburaj's 94th birthday on Friday. Earlier, the makers had released the recreated versions of the song ‘Ekanthathayude Maharatheeram’ and 'Anuraga Madhuchashakam' sung by Shahabaz Aman and K S Chithra, respectively.

Both the songs had garnered a lot of attention on social media. Aashiq Abu’s ‘Neelavelicham’ is the re-adaptation of A Vincent’s film ‘Bhargavi Nilayam’. All the songs have been recreated by Bijibal and Rex Vijayan while Madhu Paul is the keyboardist. The film stars Rima Kallingal, Tovino Thomas, Roshan Mathew, and Shine Tom Chacko.

‘Bhargavi Nilayam’ directed by A Vincent (his debut directorial) starring Madhu, Vijaya Nirmala, Prem Nazir, and P J Antony traces the story of a writer who shifts to a mansion called Bhargavi Nilayam only to realise that it is haunted. The daughter of the house, Bhargavi had a love affair with a poet and singer. But eventually both die. The writer decides to write her story and even reads out the story to the ghost. How he eventually unravels the story of Bhargavi and her lover forms the crux of the narrative.

Produced by Ashiq Abu and Rima Kallingal under the banner of OPM Cinemas, Hrishikesh Bhaskaran has written the additional screenplay of the film. Sajin Ali Pulakkal and Abbas Puthuparampil are the co-producers.

Chemban Vinod Jose, James Elias, Jayaraj Kozhikode, Uma K. P, Abhiram Radhakrishnan, Ranji Kangol, Jithin Puthanchery, Nistar Seth, Pramod Veliyanad, Amy Tasnim, Pooja Mohan Raj, Devaki Bhagi and Indian have played key roles.

The cinematography is by Girish Gangadharan and V Sajan has done the editing. Other credits are as follows: Production Controller (Benny Kattapana), Art (Jyotish Shankar), Makeup (Ronex Xavier), Costume Design (Sameera Saneesh), Sound Mixing (Vishnu Govind), Sound Design (Vishnu Govind, Nixon George). Strings (Francis Xavier, Herald, Josekutty, Carol George, Francis), Co-Directors (Harish Thekepat and Bibin Ravindran) Fights (Supreme Sundar), Dance (Dr Sreejith Dance city), PRO ( A S Dinesh and Athira Diljith), Advertising (Yellow Tooth).

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