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Mohanlal-starrer Bro Daddy’s first song Parayathe Vannen to mark debut of Aashirvad Cinemas’ music label

The film, which is directed by Prithviraj Sukumaran, is also produced by Antony Perumbavoor’s Aashirvad Cinemas

Sanjith Sidhardhan
Jan 13, 2022
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Mohanlal in a still from Bro Daddy

Mohanlal and Prithviraj Sukumaran’s upcoming film Bro Daddy, which is set to release on Disney+ Hotstar, will also mark the launch of Aashirvad Cinemas’ record label. The production company, headed by Antony Perumbavoor, has till now backed 33 movies, all of which had Mohanlal in the lead.

The new music label will kick off with the first song from Bro Daddy titled Parayathe Vannen, which is composed by Deepak Dev, who had also worked with Prithviraj in his directorial debut Lucifer.

In a video, ahead of the song’s release on January 13, the music director confirmed that the track, written by Lakshmi Shrikumar and rendered by MG Sreekumar and Vineeth Sreenivasan, will mark the first single from the newly launched record label. While Sreekumar has rendered Mohanlal’s portions in the song, Vineeth has crooned for Prithviraj.

The album will have four songs, one of which is rendered by Mohanlal and Prithviraj. The track was recorded last month at Deepak’s studio in Kochi, with the two actors taking time off from their schedule in Monster and Kaduva, respectively.

Bro Daddy has Mohanlal and Prithviraj playing father and son, respectively. The film, which also has Meena, Kaniha, Kalyani Priyadarshan, Lalu Alex, Soubin Shahir, Keerthy Shetty and Unni Mukundan, is set to release directly on Disney+ Hotstar on January 26.

While this marks Mohanlal’s second straight-to-OTT release after Drishyam 2, Prithviraj has already had three streaming releases with Cold Case, Bhramam and Kuruthi. In an earlier interview, Mohanlal had told us that the upcoming film was always planned as an OTT release.

“Bro Daddy is a feel-good entertainer. We enjoyed doing it. It’s a film that you cannot compare to Lucifer… when people think of the Mohanlal-Prithviraj combination, Lucifer comes to their mind first and that generates an interest in the audience to watch Bro Daddy. That’s the chief reason we did the same,” he explained.


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