'Thrishanku' delights fans with mesmerizing third single 'Panjimittayi'

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Thrishanku Movie Poster. Photo: Anna Ben/Instagram

Debutant Achyuth Vinayak's rom-com 'Thrishanku' Releases Enchanting Third Single 'Panjimittayi' Starring Anna Ben and Arjun Asokan. The song, now available for streaming on the Think Music YouTube channel, has left listeners in awe.

'Panjimittayi' is a remarkable collaboration, with Jay Unnithan showcasing his talent in composition, arrangement, and production. The heartfelt lyrics by Manu Manjith, coupled with the captivating vocals of Nithinraj and Nithya Mammen, have created a musical masterpiece. Sanu PS mesmerizes with his skills on the guitar, mandolin, and guitalele, accompanied by the soulful melodies of ID Rao on saxophone and clarinet. Assan Nidheesh sd adds his touch with exceptional percussion, while Al Nishad contributes additional rhythm programming.

Vocal tuning, skillfully handled by Lijesh Kumar, enhances the overall experience. The song was recorded by Deepak SR at Deepak SR Productions in Trivandrum and Ezekiah Naniwadekar at Seven Heaven Studios in Mumbai. The final touch was applied through the meticulous mixing and mastering work of Abin Paul.

'Thrishanku' marks the maiden venture of Matchbox Shots into Malayalam cinema, in collaboration with Lacuna Pictures and Clocktower Pictures & Co., led by Vishnu Shyamaprasad and Gayatri M, respectively. Guided by the neo-noir master Sriram Raghavan, the production company has previously delivered critically acclaimed films such as "Andhadhun" and "Monica, O My Darling." The film boasts a stellar cast, including Suresh Krishna, Nandhu, Krishna Kumar, Balaji Mohan, Siva Hariharan, Zarin Shihab, and Fahim Safar.

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