How often do we see Malayalam film songs trending on Youtube? Till a few years back, the answer would have been negative, but now the situations have changed.
Here, we are going to list the 5 most watched Malayalam film songs on Youtube. Take a look.
Thudakkam Mangalyam...(Bangalore Days)
The song from Bangalore Days was an instant hit and it grabbed the attention from the day one itself. Gopi Sunder's magical tune went to be a big hit so were the lines written by Santhosh Varma. The song has been sung by Vijay Yesudas, Sachin Warrier and Divya S Menon.
I Love You Mummy..(Bhaskar The Rascal)
This song from Bhaskar the Rascal is speeding ahead. The song set to tune by Deepak Dev and sung by Shwetha Mohan and Devika, Deepak Dev's daughter was a runaway hit. Moreover, the colourful picturisation of the song also received many praises. The song easily crossed 1 Crore views.
Pistah song from Neram is one of the first Malayalam film songs to cross 1 Crore views on Youtube. The song which has been presented as a run anthem was a big hit. Interestingly, the song has also featured in this year's IPL Promo.
This is a song that grabbed the hearts of many. Malare.. is the latest entrant to the elite 1 Crore Club. The song sung by Vijay Yesudas has the lyrics written by Sabareesh Varma and music by Rajesh Murugan.
Mukkathe Penne..(Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Here is another song which is eyeing a spot in 1 Crore club. The song has already garnered more than 87 Lakhs views on Youtube and is expected to join the 1 Crore club soon.
It was recently that the superhit song Malare.. sung by Vijay Yesudas crossed 1 Crore views on Youtube. It is not a simple feat to achieve. The song Malare.. achieved this mark within 1 year of its release on Youtube.
Such feats talk about the acceptance that Malayalam films as well as Malayalam film songs are getting.
Upto some extent, this is a kind of revival for Malayalam film songs as well. The case was different till a few years back, as people were openly criticising the films songs which were getting released back then.
With fresh talents stepping up and willing to experiment, there has been a drastic change in the quality of songs.
Due credit must also be given to the makers of the film as well, who have now made it a point to picturise the songs beautifully and effectively, which eventually would help in garnering more views on online medias like Youtube.