Njano Ravo Lyrics : Njano Ravo song from Kammara Sambhavam is sung by Haricharan Seshadri, Divya S Menon and composed by Gopi Sundar, featuring Dileep, Namitha Pramod.

Song: Njano Ravo
Movie: Kammara Sambhavam (2018)
Singer(s): Haricharan Seshadri, Divya S Menon
Music : Gopi Sundar
Lyricist(s): Rafeeq Ahamed
Starring: Dileep, Siddharth, Murali Gopy, Bobby Simha, Namitha Pramod
Director: Rathish Ambat
Music Label : Millennium Audios
Language : Malayalam

Njano Ravo Song Lyrics

Njano ravo irulu neenthi vannu
Aarum kaanath akale kaathu ninnu
Oru kaataai mazhayaai kili vathilil vannu
Chaare ninne kan paarkkuvaan

Kannane karimukhil amarane..
Mathuramritha muraleerava
Mazhayode anayumee
Kannane karimukhil amarane..
Mathuramritha muraleethara
Neelambuja nayanee

Njano ravo irulu neenthi vannu
Aarum kaanath akale kaathu ninnu


Pulariyil puthuveyilin
Kuda nivarana kasavaniyana
Iravinu podimazhayil
Valayilakanu chiriviriyanu
Oru mukham aruvi polave
Janalazhi idayiloodave
Oru nokkam njan kande
Athinozhuki marayum
Azhakin vivasanaai njaan
Mukilaai njaan

Kannane karimukhil amarane..
Mathuramritha muraleethara
Neelambuja nayanee

Njano ravo irulu neenthi vannu
Aarum kaanath akale kaathu ninnu

Karimbilu madhu nirayum
Thina vilayanu manam unaranu
Chithariya mulayarikil
Kiliyanayanu swaram uyaranu
Palakuri njan alanjithaa.. Ho
Marayuvatheng ithengu nee
Oru janmam porathe
Pala vazhikal thirayum
Iniyum ivide ee njaan
Kanalaai njaan

Kannane karimukhil amarane..
Mathuramritha muraleethara
Neelambuja nayanee

Njano Ravo Music Video

Kammara Sambhavam (transl.The Kammaran Incident) is a 2018 Indian Malayalam-language satirical-thriller film written by Murali Gopy and directed by Ratheesh Ambat. The film was produced by Gokulam Gopalan and stars Dileep, Siddharth, Murali Gopy, Bobby Simha, and Namitha Pramod. The film marks the Malayalam film debut of Siddharth. Principal photography began on 18 August 2016 in Kochi. The film was released in India on 14 April 2018. The film won the National Film Award for Best Production Design.

A group of liquor barons, who are members of the Indian Liberation Party (ILP), want the declining party to win the upcoming Kerala state election to benefit their business interests. To raise the ILP’s image, they decide to make a biopic about Kammaran Nambiar, the party patriarch and the last veteran of the Indian independence movement. They ask director Pulikeshi to make a film based on a chapter in the book Unsung Heroes of India by Robert S. Coogan, in which Kammaran is depicted as a forgotten freedom fighter.

Pulikeshi meets Kammaran, now an ailing old man living in an old house with his son Bose. Kammaran tells the young man a story: During World War II, Kammaran was a cunning medical practitioner who would do anything for personal gain. To destroy his love rival, Othenan, Kammaran incites violence between the villagers, Othenan, Othenan’s cruel landlord father Kelu, and British officers. During the violence, Kammaran kills Kelu and Othenan is arrested. Later, Othenan visits Kammaran in the night, but as Kammaran tells the story he begins coughing and is unable to continue.

Pulikeshi makes the film as the ILP instructed, and when Kammaran watches it he realizes the roles have been reversed. In the film, Othenan and his friend Singh are working for the British; they are captured as traitors by Netaji (Subhas Chandra Bose) but they escape and Othenan kills the man who reported their treason. The landlord’s wife Maheshwari is then shown inflicting cruelty when Kammaran arrives as the leader of the ILP, preventing the harassment of poor tenants and gaining such mass support that Maheshwari is forced to flee. Kammaran is shown doing many things for the benefit of the villages, such as looting money from the British to distribute amongst the villagers. Kammaran marries Bhanumathi when Othenan returns and plots with Maheshwari and the British against Kammaran. The plot involves using Netaji’s death to gain Kammaran’s trust, so that they can then blame Kammaran for the planned assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.

Kammaran then tells the story of how he met Netaji.[further explanation needed] During the Battle of Imphal in 1944, Kammaran saved Netaji who was injured from a grenade; Netaji found such confidence in Kammaran that he asked him to form a party for the people. As a strong symbol, Kammaran took the axe, the weapon Maheshwari’s men used to murder his father, on which he swore revenge against India’s landlord system. Kammaran returns to AmruthaSamudram and forms the ILP.

To foil the assassination plot, Kammaran posts his men in three places along Gandhi’s procession route to a temple, while he rides on a train with Gandhi. Othenan secretly boards the train and moves against Gandhi, but an informer has warned Kammaran who stops and chases him, fighting, and Othenan is killed after a brutal struggle on top of the train. Kammaran stands to be hanged for killing a British officer. The only person who believes his story is Robert S. Coogan, who convinces Jawaharlal Nehru to free him. The film ends with Kammaran refusing his followers’ request to participate in elections, but promising to be back when he is needed.

The film becomes a success, and helps the ILP return to power. Elderly Kammaran is made the Chief Minister of Kerala. Pulikesi arrives and asks him what really happened to Othenan. It is then shown that years later Othenan came for Bhanumathi who was then Kammaran’s wife, and Kammaran killed him brutally but doesn’t reveal this to Pulikeshi. Kammaran tells Pulikeshi that the movie is now the history in everybody’s mind, and that the actual events no longer matter.