Khatija Rahman's latest outing is a feel-good road trip song

There is a sense of longing as well as healing spirituality in the song. Photo | YouTube

Khatija Rahman has dropped the video of her latest musical outing, ‘Iru Pernum Nadhigal’ from the film ‘Minmini’. The song features two childhood friends taking a road trip to Ladakh, surrounded by serene beauty high up in the splendor of its ground mountains. The feel-good track is perfect for cruising down the road on your bike. Hit music composer Anirudh Ravichander released the song on YouTube.

While the movie’s details are kept under wraps, there is a level of spirituality that is involved here as the track and its accompanying music video highlight some sort philosophical undertones. There is a level of subtlety and serenity in the lyricism, as it harbours a rooted optimism with a very somber almost melancholic feel. 'Drishyam' child actor Esther Anil is featured as one of the motorcyclists in the song.

‘Iru Pernum Naghigal’ employs almost no electronic element except in its production. This is mainly done to subdue the guitar riffs that play out in small bursts. ‘Minmini’ is written and directed by Halitha Shameem, and if the video is anything to go by then its primary themes involve introspection and emotional drama.
(With IANS inputs)

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