WATCH | Manju Warrier sways to 'Kannilu Kannilu' number in 'Ayisha'

The other dancers in the song, composed by music director M. Jayachandran, who dance along with Warrier are from different countries.

Published: 02nd October 2022 08:30 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd October 2022 08:30 PM   |  A+A-

'Kannilu Kannilu'

Manju Warrier and the dancers of 'Kannilu Kannilu' song. (Photo | Twitetr)

By IANS

CHENNAI: The makers of Aamir Pallikkal's eagerly awaited film 'Ayisha', in which Malayalam actress Manju Warrier plays the lead, have released the lyrical video of the dance number 'Kannilu... Kannilu...', much to the delight of her fans.

The number, composed by music director M. Jayachandran and rendered by Ahi Ajayan, was eagerly awaited by fans as it has Warrier dancing the steps choreographed by ace dance choreographer Prabhudeva.

More interestingly, the other dancers in the song who dance along with Warrier are from different countries.

Sources identify the dancers as Lathifa from Tunisia, Salama from the United Arab Emirates, Jennifer from the Philippines, Sarfina from Nigeria, Sumaiya from Yeman and Islam from Syria, apart from three other dancers from India -- Radhika, Sajna and Poornima.

The song has been written by two lyricists. While the Malayalam lyrics have been penned by B.K. Harinarayanan, the Arabian lyrics have been penned by Noora Al Marzooqi.

The film, which is being made in seven languages namely Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada, Arabian and English, has cinematography by Vishnu Sarma and editing by Appu N. Battathiri.



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