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Kannil Ente lyrics from Marakkar Arabikadalinte Simham Malayalam movie. Directed by Priyadarshan. Produced by Antony Perumbavoor Under the Banner Aashirvad Cinemas. Starring Mohanlal, Pranav Mohanlal, Arjun, Suniel Shetty, Prabhu, Manju Warrier, Suhasini, Keerthi Suresh, Kalyani Priyadarshan, Fazil, Siddique, Nedumudi Venu, Innocent, Ashok Selvan in lead roles. Music composed by Ronnie Raphael. Lyrics were written by B K Harinarayanan. Sung by Vineeth Sreenivasan, Swetha Mohan, Ziya ul Haq.

Kannil Ente Lyrics

Ya Raheem
Ya Kareem
Ya Basweer

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef Ya Basweer
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb
Ya Kareem Ya Ilaha Ya Mathween

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef Ya Basweer
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb
Ya Kareem Ya Ilaha Ya Mathween

Ahmadhee Ya Nabee
Hashimi Ashiqui
Apse Milaye Rehm Sare
Ya Mubeen Ya Naseer
Ya Naji Muhammadi
Akha Hain Khudhaya
Tum Hamare Hain…

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef Ya Basweer
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb
Ya Kareem Ya Ilaha Ya Mathween

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef

Kannilente Kannerinju Kaananam
Kandamanam Khalbu Kondu Mindanam
Kunnileri Povanam
Pullu Pole Paadanam
Konjchiyee Kadathu Thonik
Kullileri Neenthanam

Kannilente Kannerinju Kaananam
Kandamanam Khalbu Kondu Mindanam
Kunnileri Povanam
Pullu Pole Paadanam
Konjchiyee Kadathu Thonik
Kullileri Neenthanam

Kannilente Kannerinju Kaananam..Oho..

Kaattuchembakam Pootha Kaavilethanam
Kaattupolum Kandidathe Chernnirikkanam
Maathalappazham Pankuchernnu Thinnanam
Chenchukappu Chundilente Chundu Muthanam

Pattuduppine Pothinjorathar Ennapol
Onnu Thammilaay Vidathe Otti Nikkanam
Vinnile Panthalil Oppanaykku Choduvachu Koodumo
Vennila Chandrike

Kannilente Kannerinju Kaananam..Oho..

Othupalliyil Kettakessupattile
Onnu Chernna Randukunju Jinnupole Naam
Ormma Neythora Njattu Poovarambile
Odiyodi Yanthivanin Ummaramvare

Nulli Nokki Njan Kinavu Kandathakumo
Ullinullilaay Peruthorashayaakumo
Nenchilo Chinchillam Dhaffeduth Kottidunnu Porumo
Neeyumen Kanmani

Kannilente Kannerinju Kaananam
Kandamanam Khalbu Kondu Mindanam
Kunnileri Povanam
Pullu Pole Paadanam
Konjchiyee Kadathu Thonik
Kullileri Neenthanam

Lalalalalalaa….Mmm….

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb
Ya Kareem Ya Ilaha Ya Mathween

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb
Ya Kareem Ya Ilaha Ya Mathween

Ya Basweer Ya Latheef
Ya Kabeer Ya Habeeb
Ya Kareem Ya Ilaha Ya Mathween

Kannil Ente Music Video

Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian Sea (titled Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham in Malayalam and Maraikkayar: Arabikadalin Singam in Tamil) is an Indian epic war film directed by Priyadarshan. Set in the 16th century Calicut, the film is based on the fourth Kunjali Marakkar named Muhammad Ali, the admiral of the fleet of the Zamorin. Priyadarshan scripted the film with Ani Sasi. The film was produced by Antony Perumbavoor through Aashirvad Cinemas, with Roy C. J. and Santosh T. Kuruvilla as co-producers. The film stars Mohanlal in the title role, and also features ArjunSuniel ShettyPrabhuManju WarrierKeerthy SureshSiddiqueMukeshNedumudi Venu and Pranav Mohanlal in supporting roles. The film is shot simultaneously in Malayalam and Tamil languages with an estimated budget of 85–100 crore.

Initial plan for a film based on the admirals Kunjali Marakkar started between Priyadarshan, Mohanlal, and screenwriter T. Damodaran in 1996. Damodaran pitched a plot idea in 1999. However, the film did not materialise in Damodaran’s lifetime because of the high budget requirements, which was unaffordable for a Malayalam film at that time. Priyadarshan kept the project in mind for years, until in 2017 he proceeded with the research work. Due to scarce documentation, contradicting accounts, and perspectives, he had to develop his own version of the character and events by synthesizing history, fiction, and folklore. He modelled it after a chapter he had learnt as a child in his grade three textbook and also incorporated input from Damodaran. The final draft was completed by June 2018.

Principal photography took place from December 2018 to March 2019, filmed in sets created at Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad. It lasted 104 days and post-production took 14 months. Four life-size ship replicas were constructed and were shot inside a water tank. The sea was completely created using visual effects. Sabu Cyril and Siddharth Priyadarshan oversaw the production design and visual effects supervision, respectively. Production began with an estimated budget of ₹80 crore, making it the most expensive Malayalam film to date. The original score was composed by Rahul Raj, Ankit Suri and Lyell Evans Roeder; and songs by Ronnie Raphael.

The film, originally scheduled to release on 19 March 2020, was delayed by the outbreak of COVID-19. It was then rescheduled and postponed through three more dates in March, May, and August 2021 before settling on a release date by the end of the year. Meanwhile, at the 67th National Film Awards, the film won three awards—Best Feature Film, Best Special Effects, and Best Costume Design. The film was released worldwide on 2 December 2021.