October 11, 2008

Raajahamsame (Cover)

After a short break, here is a Malayalam song from the 1993 movie 'Chamayam'.

I think it's hard to dislike this song since the music is so mesmerizing. It creates a whole different mood; thanks to Johnson master's beautiful tune and ofcourse K.S.Chithra's melodious voice. I love this song and hope you all will like my rendition. Please share all your comments and suggestions, I will really appreciate it.

Movie: Chamayam(1993)
Music: Johnson
Lyrics: Kaithapram
Singer: K.S Chithra
Cover by: Rashmi Nair

Raajahamsame (Cover) | Record Online


Srividya Kasturi said...

Loved ur rendition, Rashmi:) Good job!

Smiths said...

Adipoli Rashmi ..:)

Smitha said...

Hi Rashmi

I love this song and ur rendition is simply awesome! Its adipoli indeed :-)

Keep it up!!!

rajani said...

beautiful! keep it up. rajani nair

Deblina M. said...

Awesome singing Rashmi !


Rashmi Nair said...

Thank you all for dropping by, taking the time to listen and leaving your comments. Your feedback means a lot to me.

Azam Khan said...

Rashmi, please pardon my ignorance towards the language! Despite that, feelings and emotions in the song were obvious and wonderful. Very nicely done!

Thanks for sharing!

Priyanka Nair said...

simply superb..good singing..love ur voice chins...keep it up

N V Krishnan said...


It is probably one of your bests. Great feel as needed for this song. What a range you have…!!!.
The high notes at “Nirayaan..” were done perfectly. Congrats..

V.Good job…Keep it up.


Sindhuja Bhakthavatsalam said...

Beautiful job, Rashmi. Just that I felt your voice track didn't gel very well with the k-track.

AnOoP said...

Great rendition Rashmi. Soulful singing...soothing Hindolam!!

Nandita said...

Dear Rashmi. Am new to the the blogging world and heard you for the first time today thanks to the audio india page. I had never imagined anyone could do justice to this song like Chitra did. But I was totally wrong. You sang it soo beautifully. Excellent. You sounded so comfortable at the high notes.