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Soumya excited about her romantic number in 'Vikramadithyan'

Playback singer Soumya Ramakrishnan is quite elated about all the accolades coming her way for rendering melodious compositions in three Malayalam movies including the upcoming Lal Jose-directed 'Vikramadithyan'.

regional movies Updated: Jul 15, 2014 19:51 IST
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Playback singer Soumya Ramakrishnan is quite elated about all the accolades coming her way for rendering melodious compositions in three Malayalam movies including the upcoming Lal Jose-directed 'Vikramadithyan'.

Soumya is looking forward to the release of 'Vikramadithyan' which has superstar Mammootty's son Dulquer Salman and Namitha Pramod in lead roles. She has sung 'Mazhanila Kulirumai', a duet with Najim Arshad in the movie.

She rates the composition as her favourite and the official trailer of the song has gone viral.

"The tonal clarity was different from the songs I have rendered so far and I am pleased with my effort. Besides, it has been beautifully picturised on Dulquer Salman and Namitha Pramod," she said.

The lyrics are by Santhosh Varma and music by national-award-winning composer Bijibal, she said.

Anoop Menon, who plays an important role in the movie, as put the romantic song on his Facebook wall, praising Dulquer Salman.

"Dulquer, Namitha song from Vikramadithyan... Dulquer is at great ease with romance.." the actor said.

Soumya feels the year started on a bright note for her when she got to render the chirpy number 'Ee Pooveyilil' in 'Pakida'.

The song plays in the background and it is picturised on Asif Ali, Biju Menon and new actor Malavika, she said.

It became quite popular but the film, unfortunately, did not do well, she rued.