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I am sorry, I must type this entire description in English 🙂 I have my keyboard mouse jammed and I also have NHM Writer software, not enabled on Chrome, after a reboot. I am not sure, what the problem is. Besides, SoundCloud isn’t having the encoding changes pushed for the track to be ready. Perfect storm, I guess 🙂

This song is one of those nice songs, we usually look forward to, on a Monday. It also belongs to my favorite genre. This song by KS Chitra, is similar to the feeling of longing, a girl expresses towards her lover. We have seen many songs before. For example, 182/365, 177/365, 88/365, 59/365 and 58/365, to mention a few. 🙂

This sequence starts with a wonderful humming by the “Little Cuckoo” KS Chitra. It will be easy to just find the answer, by humming after KS Chitra and the chorus’s. Especially, that soft-paced rhythmic beats you hear is the signature hallmark for this extremely, melodious, uplifting number. Perfect for a Monday 🙂 The other two sequences in this song can be tough, which is why I chose this one with the main singer and the chorus singers doing the humming.

The flute sequence that comes after the humming and together with the mild rhythmic beat, is perfect for the mood. Certainly creates a “Themmaangu” effect.

Hope SoundCloud plays this track without any problem at the time of going LIVE. Despite an hour, it has not. So, I am bit concerned. If it does NOT get ready at the time of going LIVE, I will have to fix it later. We will see.

Have a nice week ahead 🙂

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Clue: Please try to figure out the answer sincerely as the posted audio is the clue and hint you will ever need. But, if you need one more lifeline, then just select the box below,with your mouse, between the double-quotes to view the additional hint:

An animal’s name is in the title of this movie, which is also a partial nickname of the hero of this movie.

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Answer: En Raasaa Yaaro (என் ராசா யாரோ) from Paarthaal Pasu (பார்த்தால் பசு) (1988)