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Aazhakadal

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Aazhakadal
File:Aazhakadal.jpg
Malayalam DVD coverart
Directed byShaan
Produced by
  • Biju Praveen
  • P. Ramachandran
Screenplay bySubodh Cherthala
Story byT. A. Razzaq
Starring
  • Kalabhavan Mani
  • Sruthi Lakshmi
  • Shammi Thilakan
  • Vijayaraghavan
  • Saikumar
Music byMohan Sitara
CinematographySaloo George
Edited bySunny Jacob
Production
company
Pooja Films
Distributed byPadhuva Films
Release date
  • 2 June 2011 (2011-06-02) (Kerala, India)
Running time
153 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam

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Aazhakadal is a 2011 Malayalam film directed by Shaan, featuring Kalabhavan Mani and Sruthi Lakshmi in the lead roles, with music by Mohan Sitara.[1]

Production[edit]

Plot[edit]

Aazhakadal tells the story of Kunjumon (Kalabhavan Mani), who returns to the beach after 16 years, after serving a sentence for murdering his father Anthony Tharakan (Saikumar). He returns and become the leader of the fishermen and fights the local seafood king Vakkachan (Vijayaraghavan) with the support of his father's old friends. He also gets love and support from his childhood friend Kochurani (Sruthi Lakshmi). In the end he finds out that Paulachan (Shammi Thilakan) was the man behind all his misery and the murder of his father. He avenges his death and rescues the fishermen.

Cast[edit]

  • Kalabhavan Mani as Vazhapalli Kunjumon
  • Sruthi Lakshmi as Kochurani
  • Shammi Thilakan as Paulachan
  • Vijayaraghavan as Vakkachan
  • Saikumar as Anthony Tharakan
  • Sabitha Anand as Rosanna
  • Lakshmi Priya as Indira
  • Meghanathan as Kuttappai
  • Ajayan as Monachan
  • Bindu Panicker as Thresamma
  • Harisree Ashokan as Eenasu
  • Sivaji Guruvayoor as Pappichayan
  • Kalabhavan Shajohn as Bosco
  • Manoj Guinness
  • Mukundan
  • Jaya Kumar as Monachan
  • Varghese Tharakan

Reception[edit]

[2]

References[edit]

  1. Aazhakadal, Now Running, by Veeyen
  2. [1]

External links[edit]



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