Title song from Biju Menon-Suraj Venjaramoodu’s ‘Nadanna Sambavam’ out

Ankit Menon composed the music for the title song. Suhail Koya penned the lyrics. Jassie Gift and Bindu Anirudhan sang it.

BySouth First Desk

Published Jun 18, 2024 | 1:09 PM Updated Jun 18, 2024 | 1:09 PM

Title song from Nandanna Sambavam out

Biju Menon and Suraj Venjaramoodu’s Nadanna Sambhavam will hit the screens on 21 June.

The promotional teasers and trailer have hyped the expectations for the movie among film enthusiasts.

The Malayalam movie stars Biju Menon and Suraj Venjaramoodu in the lead roles.

On Monday, 17 June, the makers of Nadanna Sambavam released the title song, “Adakkathi Paranjorukkanu“.

The title song was composed by Ankit Menon, who is popular for his compositions in Guruvayoor Ambala Nadayil (2024).

The lyrics of “Adakkathi Paranjorukkanu” were penned by Suhail Koya.

The song was sung by Jassie Gift and Bindu Anirudhan.

Nadanna Sambavam is directed by Maradona (2018)-fame Vishnu Narayan. The film is touted to be a fun-filled entertainer with satire and dark humour.

The official trailer, released recently, promises an engaging plot.

In the trailer, Biju Menon appears as Unni, who shares a cordial relationship with the women in his locality. Meanwhile, Suraj Venjaramoodu appears as Ajith, who is unhappy with Unni’s behaviour.

An unexpected incident happens that keeps the story moving forward.

Nadanna Sambavam also stars Shruti Ramachandran, Johny Antony, Lijomol Jose, and Sudhi Koppa in key roles.

The script was written by Rajesh Gopinadhan, who earlier penned films like Kali (2016) and Djinn (2023).

Anup Kannan Stories is producing the film.

Manesh Madhavan is the cinematographer.

Saiju Sreedharan and Toby John are the editors.

Also Read: 30 Years of Biju Menon: Here are five best films of the versatile actor

Busy year for Biju & Suraj

On the work front, both Suraj and Biju Menon have a handful of projects lined up for release this year.

Biju Menon recently celebrated his 30th anniversary in Malayalam cinema.

His latest venture Thalavan, with Asif Ali, evoked a good response from the audience. The investigative thriller is directed by Jis Joy, who is known to make feel-good entertainers.

On the other hand, Suraj was recently seen sharing the screen with Kunchako Boban in Grrr, which opened to mixed reviews on 14 June.

The actor is part of Nissam Basheer’s upcoming untitled film and Prem Shankar’s Thekku Vadakku alongside Vinayakan.

He has turned producer for Aamir Pallikkal’s ED-Extra Decent.

His Adios Amigo with Asil Ali will hit the screens on 2 August. The film is directed by debutant Nahaz Nazar and produced by Ashiq Usman.

Suraj Venjraramoodu is also debuting in Tamil with Chiyaan Vikram’s Veera Dheera Sooran: Part 2, directed by SU Arun Kumar, best known for his recent hit Chithha.

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