Promo song from Tovino Thomas-starrer ‘Nadikar’ released

The song showcases the cinematic journey of the protagonist, David Padikkal. It was composed by Yakzan Gary Pereira and Neha S Nair.

BySouth First Desk

Published Apr 18, 2024 | 11:36 AMUpdatedApr 18, 2024 | 11:36 AM

Kireedam promo song from Nadikar out

Kireedam“, the new promo song from Nadikar has been released.

The promo song depicts the life of the protagonist — David Padikkal played by Tovino Thomas. The soundtrack showcases his cinematic journey.

Its music was composed by Yakzan Gary Pereira and Neha S Nair.

Interestingly, the rap song sounds similar to the soundtrack of Romancham (2023), Manjummel Boys (2024), and Aavesham (2024).

Nadikar is helmed by director Jean Paul (Lal Jr).

The Malayalam movie also stars Soubin Shahir, Bhavana, Shine Tom Chacko, Sreenath Bhasi, Dhyan Sreenivasan, Indrans, Anoop Menon, Ganapathi, and Balu Varghese in key roles.

Suvin Somasekharan is the scriptwriter.

Ratheesh Raj is the editor. Alby is the cinematographer.

Allan Antony, Anoop Venugopal, Y Naveen, and Y Ravi Shankar produced it. Mythri Movie Makers and Godspeed Cinema are producing the film.

Nadikar is slated for release on 3 May.

The story of David Padikkal

Earlier, Nadikar’s teaser gave glimpses into the life of an obsessed Superstar named David Padikkal. The story revolves around the lives of people associated with cinema.

The Malayalam film was in the news a few months ago as its original title — Nadikar Thilakam — drew the ire of the fans of yesteryear Tamil superstar Sivaji Ganeshan.

Sivaji Ganeshan was fondly referred to as “Nadikar Thilakam” by his fans for his exceptional acting skills.

Upon the request of Prabhu, the son of Shivaji Ganeshan, the makers changed the film’s title to Nadikar.

The makers also released the first single, which showcased David Padikkal’s childhood days. The emotional tune also offered a glimpse into the emotional backstory of the protagonist.

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