Haricharan and Roshnu Suresh have sung this melodious number.

Mazha song from Kunchako Bobans Shikkari Shambu goes viralDigital Native
Flix Entertainment Saturday, December 30, 2017 - 18:44

The Kunchako Boban starrer Shikkari Shambu is gearing up for release very soon and the song from the album was released recently to give a glimpse to the audiences on what to expect. The song Mazha, set against the backdrop of rain, indicates that the film is a romantic comedy. Featuring Kunchako Boban and Shivada, the Mazha song has gone viral online increasing the expectation levels. Santhosh Varma has composed the tunes for this song which has been penned by Sreejith Edavana. Haricharan and Roshnu Suresh have sung this melodious number.

Sugeeth has wielded the megaphone for this venture and this is the fourth time he is collaborating with Kunchako Boban after the hit movies Ordinary, 3 Dots and Madhura Naranga. Kunchako has had a good year with his films Take Off, Ramante Eden Thottam and Varnyathil Aashanka doing good business at the box office and Shikkari Shambu is expected to add one more feather to his cap.

Written by Nishad Koya, the film also stars Vishnu Unnikrishnan, Alphonsa, Hareesh, Dharmajan Bolgatty, and Johny Antony in prominent roles. SK Lawrence is bankrolling the movie under his banner Angel Maria Cinemas. Shikkari Shambhu is expected to hit theatres in early January 2018.

While the film is gearing up for release soon, the trailer of Kunchako Boban’s upcoming film Diwanjimoola Grand Prix was released online a few days ago. It did manage to get positive reviews. The film is directed by Anil Radhakrishnan Menon and he is teaming up with Kunchakko Boban after the movie Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi, which hit the marquee in 2015.

It may be mentioned that Shikkari Shambu is a comedy character that featured on the popular children’s magazine Tinkle. Is Kunchako Boban playing this character in the movie? Let’s wait and see!

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