With perfect blend and arrangement; the rap song released last week from the movie “Jeem Boom Baa” by Rahul Ramachandran makes the expectations higher. The Askar Ali starer movie releases on May 24th in big screens and the rap was sung and written by Febin Joseph aka “FeJo” feat PS Jayhari after the sensational hit “Pavizhamazhaye” from the movie “Athiran”.
The entire plot and theme of the movie is simply narrated in the song which was the last content from the movie which released by the makers. The 120 minutes movie narrates the story of 3 friends who are troubled by three different problems and solving them on an eventful new year eve. The movie is made in a Comedy-Thriller category which actually aims family audience the most along with the youth and the kids during this summer holidays.
Fejo have done a fantastic job regarding the arrangement of words which is actually relating to the situation of the movie. After Tovino starrer Maradona, Athiran – starring Fahadh Faasil, he is back with another song which actually make us say that we too have a Gully boy.
PS Jayhari does the background scores for this comedy thriller makes gives more anticipation on the movie which was well received and accepted in the social media platforms.
Askar Ali, after the movie “ Kamuki” is all set to make appearance in the Big Screen as Basil Kanjikkuzhy along with Baiju after Lucifer and Mera Naam Shaji as Clay Ravi. People have high expectations on this combo which is also bound with other artists like Kannan Nair as SI Valsan after “ Sali” in Lilly, Aneesh Gopal as “ Kunjimon” along with Neha Saxsena, Anju Kurian and a surprise cameo character.
The movie is directed by the youngest debutant Rahul Ramachandran who is only 24 , scripted by the trio including Rahul Ramachandran himself with Limu Shankar and Vivek Raj. Cinematography by Anoop V Shylaja and Produced by Sachin VG uses Trivandrum as the major location after the Mohanlal starer movie “ Lucifer”. The entire crew consists of vibrant and zestful youngsters which gives a hope that the movie is worth watching.