Ariyathe Ariyathe Lyrics:-Raavanaprabhu is a 2001 Malayalam action film written and directed by Ranjith starring Mohanlal in the dual role.
Ariyathe Ariyathe Lyrics
Ariyaathe ariyaathe ee Pavizha vaarthinkalariyaathe Alayaan vaa aliyaan vaa ee Pranaya thalpathilamaraan vaa Ithoramara gandarva yaamam Ithoranagha sangeetha sallaapam Ala nhoriyumashaada theeram Athilamruthu peyyumee ezhaam yaamam (Ariyaathe) Neela shylangal nertha Manhaale ninne moodunnovo Raja hamsangal ninte Paattinte vennayunnunnuvo Pakuthi pookkunna paarijaathangal Praavu pol nenjilamarunnu Kuruki nilkkunna ninte youvvanam Rudhra veenayaay paadunnu Nee dheva shilpamaay unarunnu (Ithoramara) (Ariyathe) Vaarmridhangaadhi vaadhya Vrindangal vaaniluyarunnuvo Swarna kasthoori kanaka Kalabhangal kaatiluthirunnuvo Ariya maanpedamaan pole Neeyente arikil vannonnu nilkkumbol Mazhayilaadunna dhevathaarangal Manthra melaappu meyyumbol Nee vanavalaakayaay paadunnu (Ithoramara) (Ariyathe)
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Raavanaprabhu (transl. Lord Ravana) is a 2001 Indian Malayalam-language action drama film written and directed by Ranjith in his directorial debut. It is a sequel to the 1993 film Devaasuram written by Ranjith. The film stars Mohanlal in the dual role of Mangalassery Neelakandan and M. N. Karthikeyan, father and son. Napoleon reprises the role of Neelakandan’s archenemy Mundackal Shekharan. It also features Vasundhara Das, Innocent, Siddique, Revathi, Vijayaraghavan, and Sai Kumar. The plot follows M. N. Karthikeyan, Neelakandan’s son and his attempts to reclaim their ancestral home Mangalassery tharavadu.
The film features original songs composed by Suresh Peters and background score by C. Rajamani. Raavanaprabhu was released on 31 August 2001 during the time of Onam in Kerala. The film performed well at the box office, becoming the highest-grossing Malayalam film of the year. It won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Film with Popular Appeal and Aesthetic Value and Best Male Playback Singer for K. J. Yesudas, and also won Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Malayalam for Peters.