‘KL 10 PATTHU’ Music Review

  • Producer : Alexander Mathew, Satheesh Kolam
  • Staring : Unni Mukundan, Chandini Sreedharan, Aju Varghese, Saiju Kurup, Sreenath Bhasi, Aneesh Menon, Neeraj Madhav, Anil Murali, Sivaji Guruvayoor, Ahmed Siddique, Mamukkoya etc.
  • Director : Muhsin Parari
  • Music Director : Bijibal

‘KL 10 Patthu’, in keeping with the film’s theme, delivers music that has a Muslim flavour and reflecting the spirit of Malabar. Bijibal has done an appreciable work as regards the film’s songs…Two of the songs- “Duniyaavin…” and “Enthaanu Khalbe…” have been written by Santhosh Varma while the third, “Halaakinte Avalumkanji…” is written by Rafeeq Umbachi…

Duniyaavin…

Sung by Bijibal himself, this is perhaps the best song in the movie. The tune and lyrics have a clear Muslim touch, one that you would like. The song, which may not last long in your memories despite being integral to the movie’s plot, also reflects the film’s theme and the nature of human beings in general…

Enthaanu Khalbe…

Sung by Najeem Arshad, Palakkad Sreeram and Sowmya Ramakrishnan, ‘Enthaanu Khalbe’ begins on a romantic note and after a couple of lines takes off into a Qawali like mode. The tune and rendition may remind you of many songs (Malayalam, Hindi etc) that you have heard in the past; the song is OK. Good work Najeem Arshad, Palakkad Sreeram and Sowmya Ramakrishnan.

Halaakinte Avalumkanji

Penned by Rafeeq Umbachi and sung by Benny Dayal, is a blend of different tunes and has a Malabar flavour to it. Benny sings it well, the tune is OK and you may like it to an extent…

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