In a gentle ‘go smell the roses’ push, Shreya Ghoshal asks in Akale oru, in beautiful Malayalam and even better singing if we can please smell the flower in the middle of the forest and if it ain’t the best thing in the world. Bijibal’s melody is so convincing that you head to any nearby flower to comply. In comparison, Kavitha ezhuthunnu, barring Sooraj Santhosh’s singing, fails to make an impact, with an outdated sound. Maavilakudil, salvages things mildly, thanks largely to Rajalakshmi’s vocals, though the ennui of dated sound irks. Composer Bijibal continues to walk the less trodden path.
Keywords: Ramante Edanthottam, Bijibal
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