The shooting of S Binu’s movie, Kamuki has finally ended and makers of the film have geared up with the song releases. After releasing amazing trailer and dialogue promos, a new song ‘Kurumbi’ from the film is finally out. The song is as amazing as the trailer. The beautiful song sees colourful childhood moments about the ‘Kurumbi’ female lead, enacted by Akshara Kishore, who plays the childhood of Aparna Balamurali in the film. It is sung by Sreya Jayadeep, composed by Gopi Sunder and written by B K Harinarayanan. The song showcases the little kid enjoying every moment of her childhood and is quite related to each one as she makes life difficult for her parents and sister.
Kurumbi song from Malayalam film Kamuki is finally out and it’s quite relatable. Watch the beautiful video song right here:
In a recent interview with TOI, Askar Ali revealed about his role in the film. He said, “The movie is about falling in love blindly.”
Further adding, “It was actually a challenge to play the role of a disabled person but I was able to relate to the character. Due to the support and encouragement from the amazing crew I was able to pull it off.”
Talking about his bond with co-star Aparna Balamurali, he says, “Forging a bond with Aparna was very easy for me as we had already been acquainted thanks to my brother, Asif.”
Talking about working with the director, Binu S, Aksar said, “It felt good to work under the supervision of an experienced director.”
Actor Askar Ali, younger brother of Asif Ali, is following his brother’s footsteps in the cinema industry and we are looking forward to know what’s in the store for the audience with this upcoming film.
The movie is all set to release on May 11.