Cherathukal song lyrics from Kumbalangi Nights Malayalam Movie. Directed by  Madhu C Narayanan. produced by Nazriya Nazim, Dileesh Pothan, Syam Pushkaran under the banner Fahadh Faasil and Friends, Working Class Hero. Starring Shane Nigam, Soubin Shahir, Fahadh Faasil, Sreenath Bhasi in lead roles. Music composed by Sushin Shyam. Lyrics were written by Anwar Ali. Sung by Sithara Krishnakumar, Sushin Shyam.

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Cherathukal Lyrics

Cherathukal Thorum Nin Theyormayaay,
Tharaathe Pom Charuvam Ummakalaal,
Chuzhalunnoree Kuttakoorirul,
Kaziyolam Njaneriyam,

I shall remain in diyas
as the blazing memory of yours.
Till the end of this darkness,
created by the kisses un-given.

Ulakin Kadunovattum Thanuthoru,
Pularkattay Veeshidam Njaan,

I shall be the cool breeze,
healing the sorrow of the world.

Ushasin Nanamey Thorthanirangum,
Veyilayidam Paarilorunjalayalayaayi Njaan,

Shall be a towel of sunshine, wiping off the wetness of the dawn.

Varaam Ninakakashamaay,
Nirayunnoree Kannerkayangal,
Kadal Njaan Kareridam,

Shall be a swing in this world and sky inside you.Advertisement
Shall sail you through the swirls of the sea of tears.

Makane Njanundarikathoru Kanakannottamaay,
Makane Njanundakalathoru Kavalmalaghayaay,

Hey son, I am always close by you, protecting you as an invisible surveillance.
Hey son, I am watching over you as a guardian angel.

Cherathukal Music Vieo

Movie Details

Kumbalangi Nights is a 2019 Indian Malayalam-language drama film directed by Madhu C. Narayanan. The directorial debut was written by Syam Pushkaran and jointly produced by Fahadh Faasil and Nazriya Nazim under their production house Fahadh Faasil and Friends, in association with Dileesh Pothan and Syam Pushkaran under Working Class Hero. The film stars Shane NigamFahadh Faasil , Soubin Shahir, and Sreenath Bhasi, along with newcomers Anna BenGrace Antony and Mathew ThomasShyju Khalid was the film’s cinematographer, and its soundtrack and score were composed by Sushin Shyam.

Set in the eponymous fishing village of Kumbalangi in KochiKerala, the film centres on the strained relationship between four brothers living together in a dysfunctional home, and how they ultimately stand up for each other as a family. Pushkaran came up with the idea for the film based on the time he spent in the village in his twenties. In 2011, he discussed the story with then-assistant director Narayanan, who decided to make his directorial debut with it. By 2016, Faasil and Pothan, both of whom had worked closely with Narayanan and Pushkaran on previous films, had agreed to co-produce the film. Narayanan then spent a year in Kumbalangi to understand its culture better, before shooting began in September 2018.

The film premiered on 24 May 2019 at the Habitat International Film Festival in Delhi, and was released in India and GCC territories on 7 February 2019. It received universal critical acclaim, and has been listed by several publications as one of the best Malayalam films of the decade. The film also achieved considerable commercial success at the box office, grossing ₹39 crore worldwide, against a budget of ₹6.5 crore and gained cult status. Fahadh Faasil’s character Shammi also developed a cult following with many of his dialogues becoming popular.