Ethu Kari Ravilum Lyrics from ‘Bangalore Days’ Malayalam movie by Haricharan with translation in English is a wonderful song. The actors filmed in the music video are Nazriya Nazim & Dulquer Salmaan. Rafeeq Ahamed is the songwriter of Ethu Kari Raavilum track stanzas and below is the meaning of complete lyrics. Gopi Sunder is the composer of music.

Ethu Kari Raavilum Lyrics - Bangalore Days Malayalam Movie Songs -  MALAYALAM SONGS LYRICS

Year: 2014
Film: Bangalore Days
Director: Anjaly Menon
Lyrics: Rafeeq Ahammed
Music: Gopi Sunder
Cast: Dulquer Salman, Parvathy Menon
Singer: Haricharan

Ethu Kari Ravilum Song Lyrics

Ethu kari raavilum
Oru cheru kasavizha thunnum kiraname
Eehridaya vaathilin pazhuthilumozhuki varoo
Arikile puthu mandhaaramay vidaru nee
Punaruvaan kothi thonnunoree pulariyil
Angengo nin pon peeli minnunnuvoo
Athilonnente nenjoram eyyunnuvo
Unarnnu njaan

Ethu kari raavilum
Oru cheru kasavizha thunnum kiraname
Eehridaya vaathilin pazhuthilumozhuki varoo

Neeyam aathmaavin sankalpaminningane
Mindaathe mindunnathento
Orkkathirunnappol ennullil nee vannu
Thiraseela maatumorma pole sakhi
Oru naalamay poothulanju nee ninnenthino
Arikile puthu mandaaramay vidaru nee
Punaruvan kothi thonnunoree pulariyil

Njanaa ekaantha sangeethaminnangane
Manveena thedunna neram
Paadaatha paattinte then thulli nee thannu
Thelineela vaanil ekathaaramaay sakhi
Oruraavil doore ninnu nokki nee enne

Oh ethu kari raavilum
Oru cheru kasavizha thunnum kiraname
Eehridaya vaathilin pazhuthilumozhuki varoo

Arikile puthu mandhaaramay vidaru nee
Punaruvaan kothi thonnunoree pulariyil
Angengo nin pon peeli minnunnuvoo
Athilonnente nenjoram eyyunnuvo
Unarnnu njaan

Ethu Kari Ravilum Music Video

Bangalore Days is a 2014 Indian Malayalam-language coming of age romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Anjali Menon, and co-produced by Anwar Rasheed and Sophia Paul under the banner Anwar Rasheed Entertainments and Weekend Blockbusters. The film features an ensemble cast consisting of Nazriya NazimNivin Pauly and Dulquer Salmaan in the lead roles. It tells the story of three cousins (Kunju, Kuttan and Aju) who live their childhood dream of living and enjoying in the city of Bangalore. Along with Fahadh FaasilParvathy ThiruvothuIsha TalwarNithya Menen and Paris Laxmi[4][5] The plot revolves around three cousins from Kerala who move to Bangalore, continuing Menon’s trend of films about family relationships. The film released on 30 May 2014 in 205 theatres, making it one of the biggest release for a Malayalam film, simultaneously all over India and received positive reviews.

The film received three Kerala State Film Awards including Best Actor and Best Actress awards for Nivin Pauly and Nazriya Nazim respectively, and Best Screenplay for Anjali Menon, while Parvathy Thiruvothu went to win Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress and Anjali Menon winning the Filmfare Award for Best Director. The film is later remade in Tamil as Bangalore Naatkal (2016). The movie is considered as one of the best ever Malayalam movie made during the New-Gen cinema movement in Malayalam.