- She was born on February 13, 1941 at Sasthamangalam Pattanikunnu.
- He is the eldest son of Parukuttyamma and CG Bhaskaran Nair
- His real name is B. Sivasankaran Nair.
- Bichu Thirumala is best known as a lyricist.
‘I was watching IV Sasi’s interview on a TV channel in Pandora once. At some point he started talking about the movie Trishna. When it comes to craving, the songs in it are naturally unavoidable. Especially the song Mynakam is coming from the sea. The conversation went to that song, and Bichu went to Tirumala. Although it’s a song I’m heard many times, it’s one that has never caught my attention.
According to Hindu mythology, Mynakam is a mountain. Once Indra made a decision to punish all the mountains. On hearing the news, Mynaka trembled with fear and approached Vayu Devan for help. Vayu Devan took Mynaka to sea. Varuna, the lord of the sea, hid it within himself. Thus the poor child Mynaka subdued all his desires to escape from Indra and hid himself inside the blue sea. When IV Shashi told Bichu the story of the heroine who hid her dreams in the turbulent ocean that was her heart, the first thing that came to Bichu’s mind was the story of Mynakam. Thus was born one of the best lyrical compositions of all time in Malayalam.
The song commands of the Malayalees saw new shores in the face of the desire of that mynakam that rises from the sea as winged desires in search of winters. Bichu Thirumala started her film career in the seventies. He started as an assistant director. In 1973, he wrote the song “Mohamallike Ninte Manassil” sung by Baburaj for the film Dowry. 1974 saw the biggest breakthrough in the bitch’s career. The evergreen song written for the film ‘IV Sasi’s Experience’ was sung in 1974. This is how Bichu describes how the lyrics of the song flowed into her.
After the context is explained, the poet waits in pencil for the lines. It was then that his attention was drawn to the people who were going to and from the brothel on the opposite side through the open window of the lodge. That’s how he begins to write about the northern ghost that comes with renting a room, and the scent of the word flower that seeks that glow. By the end of the seventies, Bichu Thirumala had become one of the superstars in the Malayalam film music industry. In the same year that he wrote about the Navarathri mandapam where the star lights shone, Bichu Devarajan wrote one of the most erotic songs in Malayalam to the tune of Mash.
Pranayasarovar Thiram is an ancient Pradosha evening written for the movie Yesterday and Today. The blossoming Ashwati flowers in the gaze of that lazy lazy man surrounded by light had disturbed the sleep of many. In ’77, Bichu Tirumala penned one of Janaki’s best songs. One of the best musical combinations of the time was the song ‘Neelajalashayathil’ from the movie ‘Born’ by Bichu – AT Ummer – IV Sasi. The competitive impulses of the festival gave immortality to that reservoir. When the same team came together for her nights in ’78, the Malayalee got some evergreen songs again. Unni’s popularity has skyrocketed with the radiant rays of Janaki’s voice. It’s something different from the regular pattern of ballads.
Especially seeing the golden deer hands and the colorful clouds and the dream worlds with your name on the part where Punnaramon should be tomorrow.
In the same year that I wrote about the Church of the Human Heart, where people roam free without elephants and celebrate their dreams, the bitch asked my voice-blocking song in the second half of the seventies, “Will winter ever sprout again?” He continued to slaughter horses in the 80s.
One of the first super hits of that decade was the song ‘Kurumozhi Koonthalil Vidarumo’ composed for Pappu with KJ Joe. As early as 1980, the Bichu-Shyam team created two songs that were accepted by a people and their generation. Skirts and tops were rich with rustic ornaments while eye-to-eye was a festive display of erotic commands. That same year, one of the trend setters in Malayalam, Manjil Virinja Pookkal was released.
With the exception of Jerry Amaldev’s debut as a music director, all the songs in the film shook the song market. The hearts of many were drenched in rose water. The Bichu – AT Ummer team gave birth to one of the emeralds of the Krishna Virha Geetis in the same year for non-wearing bracelets.
Janaki sings, “I will shed flowers like a blue cross.”
At 81 the thirst came. In the blowing wind and the humming song, a minnow sought winter. We have reached the land of loss. At the age of 81, the bitch’s imaginary honey and vampire hung on her tongue in the blue Nilgiris. The strings of the harp stumbled on a single string. In ’82 he sang about the lusts that blossomed in a light silk scarf, asked where to meet the silvery stream, and the wind carried us to some distant shore in a rattlesnake, and gave wings to a song that embraced the seven voices. The bitch was on a dream trip. At 83, the Bitch-Jerry team once again worked wonders. All the songs in the Fazil movie ‘Ente Mamattikuttiyammakku’ were heartwarming.
He sang non-stop about the humble palace inside the Tali Peelikattu, the Palazhi Poomanka sowing the sapphire moon, the Kayampoovarnan calling to the shores of Kalindi, and the unfurling of the umbrella to collect hail. Raveendran Mash, Ilayaraja, Kannur Rajan, Johnson Master, SP Venkitesh and Vidyasagar were some of the music directors who entertained the Malayalees in the eighties and nineties. The truth is that he was never up to date. The age at which 99 was written for color is evidenced by our step.
Despite writing songs for 403 films, Bichu Thirumala has never been fortunate enough to be one of the first Malayalee lyricists to make the list. The truth is that many people do not believe that the song was written by a bitch. But the owner of that magic pen, still in his eighties, without complaining to anyone, still remembers the memories of the two decades that had crept into our nerves, and then slowly moaned, “We’re fainting again on the bed of cold sprouts, snuggled up in the cold springs of tenderness;” The body will be tired, the heart will be a harp, time will stand still. Songs are life, songs are life ‘.