The Jimikki effect: Singer Ranjith Unni on the success

Pranav Mohanlal shaking a leg to the tune of Jimikki Kammal is perhaps the most viral video this season.

Published: 06th September 2017 10:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th September 2017 10:03 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Pranav Mohanlal shaking a leg to the tune of Jimikki Kammal is perhaps the most viral video this season. The biggest hit of recent times, it was the customary dance number at many a celebration this Onam.

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And Ranjith Unni, who rendered it along with Vineeth Sreenivasan, is all excited at the way his peppy number is accepted by the masses. “I knew the song will be a hit, but such an overwhelming response wasn't expected,” says the singer.

The song, from Velipadinte Pusthakam, Mohanlal's Onam release, went on to become a chartbuster within days of its release online.

“Shaan Rahman, the composer of the film, told me that it will be a duet with Vineeth. He also explained the situation, that it's a campus song between two rival teams,” says Ranjith.

Ranjith's first song in Malayalam was Dr Love starring Kunchako Boban.

“Incidentally that too was a campus song and my last Malayalam film was Achayans,” he says. The Chennai-based singer had also composed music for a bilingual music video last year.

“It was a tribute to mothers. The Tamil version was sung by Shweta Mohan and in Hindi it was Saptaparna Chakraborty who rendered the song. The album received a lot of positive responses and right now I am into a couple of other projects that will be announced soon,” he says.

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