Day 5 of ARR Fever and the song for today is not really a famous one, but a true beauty. The joy of having a daughter can’t be portrayed more beautifully.
Handsome heart-throb actor Maddy aka Madhavan plays the role of a poet and a doting father who adopts a girl whose parents are refugees of the SriLankan war. This song is pictured amidst beautiful Buddhist edicts, waterfalls and a breathtaking vast land of white sand. The lyrics and visualization of a heart warming relationship between a daughter and her father, brings in fond memories of my relationship with my father when I was a child.
There are two versions of this song though. Comically, both the versions have the same singers, just that one version is majorly sung by a male singer, other by a female and has difference scenes and slightly different lyrics due to the change in POV. My favorite is the male major version. Sung by P.Jayachandran and Chinmayee, this version of the song ooze with love that a dad has for his daughter.
Here is the song,
Of course, singing this song live is such a difficult thing to do, yet here is a live version by Chinmayee which I enjoyed. In spite of the poor quality, this one is a gem.