A music video on womanhood portrayed through a number of dance forms- this is what Baale is.
Featuring six Indian woman dancers across dance forms including Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Koodiyattam, Odissi, Kathakali and contemporary dance, the music video is one that "celebrates the beauty of womanhood."
Two teasers of Baale have already been released and the 48 -second teaser has kept the audience in anticipation of its release.
The music video features prominent Indian dancers Meenakshi Srinivasan, Nanditha Prabhu, Kapila Venu, Arushi Mudgal, Haripriya Nambudiri and Rima Kallingal.
Watch: This teaser features Nanditha Prabhu (Mohiniyattam)
A soon-to-be released music video, Project Baale is supported by Tata Trusts. While the lyrics and direction of the project produced by World Music Festival has been done by Shruthi Namboodiri (Shruthi Sharanyam), the music and rendition is by Sudeep Palanad.
The audio will be launched under the banner of Bodhi Silent Scape.
Watch: Rima Kallingal (Contemporary dance)
Saying that the idea of the project took shape in 2016, Shruthi Sharanyam said in a Facebook post recently, that she and Sudeep managed to come up with "a rough version of the song" in July last year.