Overview[edit | edit source]
Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar is an upcoming Indian Malayalam language film due for release on October 5th, 2018. The movie is produced by Abhini Sohan, under the banner of Aries Telecasting Private Limited and Project Indywood. Malayalam filmmaker Biju Majeed has directed the film.
The shooting of the film commenced on 20th May, 2018 and continued in a single schedule for 28 days.
Primary shooting locations were Aickarakkonam & Punalur in Kollam district, and Varkala & Kilimanjoor in Thiruvananthapuram district. Post-production was done at Aries Vismayas Max in Cochin.
The movie shot into limelight after the recent Kerala floods when it was announced by the makers that 100% of the revenue would be used for rebuilding houses of the flood affected and film industry members  .
The movie will be released in 10 Indian languages including Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The initial theatre run will include nearly 100 screens across Kerala. The film will also be released in other parts of India, GCC, UK, USA and New Zealand.
Plot[edit | edit source]
The story follows Sukumaran Vaidhyar (Sivaji Guruvayur), who is a reputed ayurvedic practitioner. He lives with his wife Madhavi (Seema G Nair), elder son Susruthan (Samarth Ambujakshan), younger son Vedavyasan (Sinseer Mohammed) and daughter Anandhi (Miyasree) in a village named Aickarakkonam. His patients are treated at a nearby ayurvedic resort named Ayur Home, where Hariprasad (Vipin Mangalashery) works as the manager.
Pushkaran (Sunil Sukhada) is a money minded businessman who runs Indukala Medicity, a multi-speciality hospital nearby. His business is affected as more people believe in Sukumaran Vaidhyar’s methods over the one provided by his hospital.
But despite being favoured by patients, Vaidhyar is in debt due to his altruistic habit of charging low fees from his patients. Lalappan (Jaffer Idukki) offers financial support to Vaidhyar to pay off his bank loans. The incidents that happen thereafter take the story forward.
The story discusses various social issues affecting a village in Kerala, and at the same time brings in family emotions, as well as elements of love and sibling care. The relationship between a father and his sons plays along as a sub-plot.
Cast & Crew[edit | edit source]
The film is introducing a total of 175 new persons as either cast or technical crew, which is an industry record.
The movie is scripted by Shibu Raj and directed by Biju Majeed of Puthiyemugangal fame. Kurup Mararikulam who has directed more than 3000 TV serial episodes is the Chief Associate Director. The movie is produced by Abhini Sohan and co-produced by Prabhiraj Nadarajan. Sohan Roy is the Project designer and lyricist. The music is by Biju Ram and cinematography is by PC Lal. Editing is by Johnson Iringole.
The lead actors Vipin Mangalassery, Samarth Ambujakshan and Sinseer Mohammed Koya have previously acted in several short films and full length feature films such as Shikari Shambu, Premam, Maanasaandarapetta Yezdi etc. Their respective female pairs are Miyasree and Hridhya.
Mrs. Lakshmi Atul who won the title of Ms. Grand Prix at the 2018 United Nations Beauty Pageant has made a guest appearance in the film.
CREW[edit | edit source]
Director- Biju Majeed
Producer - Abhini Sohan
Project Design & Lyrics - Sohan Roy
Co Producer- Prabhiraj Natarajan
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues- Shiburaj K
Executive Producer- Arun M Sugathan
Cinematographer- P C Lal
Music & Original Score- Biju Ram B R
CAST[edit | edit source]
Vipin Mangalashery as Hari Prasad
Samarth Ambujakshan as Susruthan
Sivaji Guruvayoor as Sukumaran Vaidyar
Lalu Alex as Maanjooran
Jaffer Idukki as Lalappan
Sunil Sukhada as Pushkaran
Miya Sree as Anandhi
Seema G Nair as Madhavi
Sinseer Mohammed Koya as Vedavyasan
Shyam Kurup as Sharath Pushkaran
Hridhya Nigelesh as Indhukala
Santhosh Keezhattoor as Sub Inspector Satish
Saju Navodaya as Peethambaran
Pradeep Kottayam as Johny
Lakshmi Atul as Lakshmi
References[edit | edit source]
Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar (Physicians of Aickarakkonam)[edit | edit source]
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