Friday, March 18, 2011

SVR Media Presents

Urumi - The Weapon (Telugu)

SVR Media (P) Ltd., purchased the Telugu dubbing rights and distributing it across Andhra Pradesh. SVR Media presented films like ‘Dasavataram’, ‘Surya s/o Krishnan, Awara, Ironman and Pirana in the past.

Sound Tracks - Telugu :

01. Neevevaro

Artist(s): Karthik, Chinmayee, Sripada

Lyricist: Vennelakanti

02. Evvade Evvade

Artist(s): Hemachandra, Bhargavi, Sridhar

Lyricist: Chandrabose

03. Ee Laali

Artist(s): Kavitha

Lyricist: Vennelakanti

04. Chinni Chinni

Artist(s): Veena Ghantasala

Lyricist: Rakhi

05. Padara Padaraa

Artist(s): Muralidhar, Rakhi

Lyricist: Rakhi

06. Kadanam Kadanam

Artist(s): Aaishwarya Bharani

Lyricist: Vennelakanti

07. Vikasinche

Artist(s): Saketh

Lyricist: Bhuvana Chandra

08. Padara Padaraa Rakhi

Artist(s): Rakhi

Lyricist: Rakhi

09. Urumi Theme Music

Artist(s): Instrumental

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August Cinema Presents

Urumi - The Boy Who Wanted To Kill Vasco Da Gama (Malayalam)




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Santosh Sivan: Direction, Cinematography & Producer
Shanker Ramakrishnan: Story, Screenplay & Dialogues
Shaji Nadesan: Producer
Prithviraj: Producer
Mubina Rattonsey: Co-Producer
Sunil Babu: Production Designer
Eka Lakhani: Costume Designer
Renjith Ambady: Make-up & Hair
Sreekar Prasad: Editor
Anal Arasu: Action
Ahmed Khan: Choreographer
Madhu Gopinath: Choreographer
Vakkom Sajeev: Choreographer
Ulhas Mohan: Choreographer
Paul Bathery: Stills

Cast :

Prithviraj as Chirakkal Kelu Nayanar
Prabhu Deva as Vavvali
Genelia D'Souza as Ayesha of Arackal
Nithya Menon as Bala
Amol Gupte as Chirakkal Thampuran
Ankur Sharma as Bhanu Vikraman
Jagathy Sreekumar as Chenichery Kurup
Alexx O'Neill as Estavio Da Gama
Robin Pratt as Vasco Da Gama
Bharath J as Beeran Kutty
Arya as Chirakkal Kothuwal
Vidya Balan as Makkom
Tabu (cameo)


Urumi is set in the backdrop of the fierce warrior clans of Northern Kerala in the sixteenth century and focuses on the cult of a hero Chirakkal Kelu Nayanar (Prithviraj) - a man with an epic mission. His target and mission is Dom Vasco da Gama, the Viceroy of Portuguese Empire in India. The film is spread between the second and third visit of Gama to India and chronicles a varied version of how Gama could have met a bloody death in AD 1524. In the journey of Kelu- the warrior he has to encounter the seem less conflicts within the kinsmen and also Kings, ministers, peasants and a warring Muslim warrior princess Ayesha (Genelia) of the famed Arackal Sultanat...Kelu has a forte, a legendary golden Urumi, specially made from the left over ornaments of the dead women and children who were burnt alive in the massacre of a Mecca Ship, Miri, commanded to be set on fire and drowned by Vasco da Gama during his second visit to Kerala in AD 1502...Kelu is supported by Vavvali, (Prabhudeva), his childhood friend and in a way his elder brother, though he comes from the muslim neighborhood. The film also has mystical characters like Vidya Balan, who plays Makkom, a displaced Devi Diety in the Oracle form.

Kelu tracks his mission through the wily roads of treachery, treason and a hidden passion to reach a master plan to create his own army - an army of the people - against the mighty Empire. His action in creating an organized revolt becomes the first of its kind movement against the first Colonial Advance in India.

Sound Tracks - Malayalam :

The songs and the background score for the film have been composed by Deepak Dev with lyrics penned by Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri, Rafeeq Ahammed and Engandiyur Chandrasekharan. The music album consists of nine songs.

1. "Aaranne Aarane" - Job Kurian, Reeta
2. "Aaro Nee Aaro" - K J Yesudas, Swetha
3. "Chimmi Chimmi" - Manjeri
4. "Appaa" - Reshmi Sathish
5. "Vadakku Vadakku" [Rock] - Prithviraj
6. "Thelu Thele" - KR Renji
7. "Vadakku Vadakku" [Friendship] - Guru Kiran, Shaan Rahman
8. "Chalanam Chalanam" - Resmi Satheesh
9. "Theme Music" - Mili (Humming)


  1. add this group too