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If you make a list of the most popular songs that had come out in Mollywood in the last decade, Jassie Gift's 'Lajjavathiye' from '4-the people' will be one of the definite entry into the list. The song not only made the movie a big hit, but also catapulted its maker Jassie Gift into the big league, who is currently popular even in Telugu and Tamil cinema as a musician and singer.
    
But the latest news has nothing to do with Jassie Gift, as a debutante film maker Manoj Manohar is planning to use the very song in his new movie titled as '4 Shadows'. Manoj will be presenting the song in a different visual ordering that is expected to impress the viewers like its original, which remained in the top list for more than a year.

The movie will be a revenge story based on a few prominent cases that shook the state in the last few years. With plenty of newcomers in the cast and crew, '4 Shadows' will also feature Thilakan in an important role.

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