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      Expensive Song Sequence For Cousins

      By Akhila Menon

      Cousins, the upcoming movie starring Kunchako Boban and Indrajith in lead roles, shot a grand song sequence within a budget of 80 lakhs. About 600 dance artists and 50 horses participated in the song sequence, which was entirely filmed at Mysore palace.

      Along with the grand set, special outfits were also designed for the actors, dance artists and horses for the song sequence. The song which is said to be a fast number penned by Rafiq Ahmed, composed by M Jayachandran and sung by Shreya Ghoshal, is the most expensive song sequence ever shot in Mollywood.

      Expensive Song Sequence For Cousins

      Cousins revolves around the lives of four cousin brothers, played by Kunchako Boban, Indrajith, Suraj Venjarammoodu and Joju George. Sringaravelan fame Vedhika and Bhaiyya Bhaiyya fame Nisha Agarwal plays the female leads in the movie.

      The movie will also have Nedumudi Venu, Sreedevi Unni, Pradeep Rawat, P Balachandran and Shiju playing the supporting roles. Cousins is directed by Vyshakh and penned by Sethu. Pradeep Illampilly handles the cinematography, Joseph Nellickal is the art director and Mahesh Narayanan is the editor. The movie is produced by Vaishakh Rajan under the banner Vaishaka Cinema.

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