Now, the audio CDs of Urumi are selling like hot cake in the market. Many Mallu TV channels are airing the song 'Arane aarane', which features Prithviraj, Prabhudeva, and Tabu at Malsej Ghat. The music of the movie is exceptional and it is said to have doubled the expectation among the movie buffs.
The movie Urumi has eight songs, which have been written by Kaithapram, Rafeeq Ahammed, Engandiyoor Chandrasekaran. Deepak Dev has composed music for the songs and Job Kurian, Rita, Yesudas, Swetha, Reshmi Sathish, Manjari, Prithviraj, KR Renji, Reshmi Sathish, Mili, Gurukiran and Shaan Rehman have rendered their voice for them.
However, Prithviraj's Urumi, which has simultaneously made in Malayalam, Tamil and English, is slated to release on March 31. Prithviraj, Genelia D'Souza, Vidya Balan and Prabhu Deva are playing the leads in it. Producers Shaji Natesan, Santhosh Sivan and Prithviraj are now hoping that the music of Urumi will definitely drive the audience to theatres.
The audio of the much-anticipated Malayalam movie Urumi has hit the stores without a formal music launch function. It is reported that director Santhosh Sivan wanted to hold a grand function to release the audio of the film, but he is said to have dropped his plans due to the hectic schedule of the stars.