The much awaited song is finally here and the divine combination of the flute and violin is truly addictive.

Kaadhale Kaadhale song from 96 out - were playing it on loop alreadyTwitter
Flix Kollywood Monday, July 30, 2018 - 18:52

Ever since the teaser of the Vijay Sethupathi-Trisha starrer 96 released a few weeks ago, people have been raving about one thing, (apart from Trisha’s gorgeous looks) - when will they get to hear the full version of the song that plays for a fleeting few seconds in the teaser?

This song, that has created huge expectations even before the film's release, was launched finally on Monday. Composed by Govind Vasantha, the song has been rendered soulfully by Chinmayi and the composer himself.

The song slowly builds up, dominated mainly by instruments and with very minimal lyrics penned by Karthik Netha. Rendered beautifully by Chinmayi, this three-minute piece has a divine combination of the flute (played by Kiran) and violin (played by Govind).

In the brief motion graphics seen in the video, Trisha and Vijay Sethupathi share a great chemistry that gels perfectly with the music.

“Konjum pooraname va

Nee konjum ezhilisaye 

Panjavarna bootham

Nenjam Nirayudhe

Kaanbadhellam kaathaladi

Kaadhale Kaadhale

Thani perunthunaiye

Kooda va Kuda va

pothum pothum

Kaadhale Kaadhale

vaazhivin neelam

pogalam pogava nee”

go the lyrics, which celebrate falling in love and staying in love.

Directed by cinematographer-turned-director C Prem Kumar, it was earlier announced that the film would be a romantic flick. The first look poster was released to coincide with Valentine's Day last year. Vijay Sethupathi and C Prem Kumar have previously worked together in Naduvula Konjam Pakatha Kaanom. 

Mahendiran Jeyaraju and N Shanmuga Sundaram have done the film's cinematography while R Govindaraj has edited it. Produced by Nandagopal of Madras Enterprises, the film’s release date is yet to be announced.

The film’s teaser was released early this month and was widely appreciated by many. It was earlier revealed that the film’s title signifies the year 1996. Also, the film will feature Vijay Sethupathi in three different ages of his life - 16, 36 and 96. 

 

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