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Starring : Jayasurya, Radha Varma & others.

Direction : Viswanathan
Producer : Nandigam Ramprasad
Music : Bannet Veetraag
Lyrics : Jophy Tharakan & Rafeeq Ahamed
Banner : A R Films International.

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Akasha Megham

Eeran Nilave


Puthu Manjupol

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Ivar Vivahitharayal [2009] (M Jayachandran) – Download Latest Mp3 Songs

Starring: Jayasurya, Bhama, Samvrutha Sunil, Navya Nair, Anoop Menon, Siddique, Suraj Venjaaranmoodu & others.

Banner: Kochuveettil Creations
Direction: Saji Surendran
Producer: S Gopakumar
Music: M Jayachandran
Lyrics: Gireesh Puthenchery

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Enikku Paadan


Sunday Sooryan

Poomugha Vathilkkal

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Cast: Mammooty, Kavya Madhavan, Innocent, Janardhanan, Salim Kumar, Suraj Venjaramood & others.

Director: Johny Antony

Lyrics : Gireesh Puthanchery

Music: Shan Rehman

Producer: Benjamin

Music: Shan Rehman

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Aaro Nilavayi

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Cast: Mohanlal, Suresh Menon, V.G. Muralikrishnan, Bhoomika chawla, Lakshmi Gopalaswami, Jayalakshmi, Madan Babu, Baby Niveditha

Producer: Raju Mallyath ,Sulfikar

Director: Blessy

Music Director: Mohan Sithara

Lyricist: Anil Panachooran

Cinematographer: Ajayan Vincent

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Mohanlal to start practicing to join army!

Mohanlal who had expressed a desire to join the Territorial Army (TA), a voluntary part-time civilian force, was conferred with the honorary title of Lieutenant Colonel last year.
He had a fascination for the armed forces and wanted to join the army after college, but became a star.
Now as a part of his becoming a Lieutenant Colonel, he has to undergo training at the TA’s 122 Infantry Battalion of Madras Regiment in Kannur.
Last week, the Commanding officer of the Kannur Regiment met him and gave him equipments necessary for the training.
Mohanlal after the training will have to go to New Delhi where the Chief of Army Staff will commission the star into Indian Army.

Suresh Gopi’s to do Pathram -2!

Suresh Gopi’s Pathram (1999) written by Ranji Panikkar and directed by Joshy was one of the best political action thrillers in Malayalam. Now a sequel to Pathram is being planned by Ranji Panikkar.
The film was racy, with outstanding performance by Suresh Gopi, Manju Warrier, Biju Menon and the late N.F Varghese as Viswanathan the villain. It had super punch line dialogues by Ranji, which was the highlight of the film.
10 years after the release of Pathram which was a super hit, Ranji Panikkar is going to do a sequel to the film with Suresh Gopi in the lead.

In Pathram-2, Gopi who played the firebrand investigative journalist becomes the Managing Editor of the same paper where he worked as a reporter.
Gopi, a media crusader takes on the government in the new film!
The film will have Ashish Vidyarthi playing the villain, a corrupt politician, said to be modeled on a controversial Kerala politician facing a CBI investigation. The heroine and others in the cast are being worked out.
Ranji Panikkar who is writing and directing the film is hoping that Pathram-2 will be even racier, as he plans to capsule some recent happenings in the murky world of Kerala politics.

Mammootty turns to production and distribution!

Megastar Mammootty like his competitors Mohanlal and Dileep is starting a production and distribution concern.
On Sunday (June 14) directors Siddique and Lal inaugurated Mammootty’s new concern Play House. At the inaugural function Mammootty said: "The name of the company itself means theatre. It would produce both stage dramas and commercial films.”
As of now Play House will distribute three films- Jayaram’s Akku Akbar directed Kana Kanmani, Lal Jose’s remake of Neelathamara with new faces and Shyamaprasad’s Rithu. Later in August Mammootty’s Christmas release will be produced by Play House.
Anto Joseph, Mammootty’s right hand man and leading producer and production controller will be Mammootty’s business partner in this venture. Anto will run Play House on a day to day basis and decide on the kind of films they will produce.

Ivar Vivahitharayal Review

If you have been looking forward to to gain some priceless insights into the intricate mechanics of matrimony from Saji Surendran's debut film, you are likely to be let down. It's an unfortunate assortment of terrible choices, wasted chances and a real squander of a fine cast.

The day his final exams are over in college, Vivek (Jayasurya) decides that he wants to get married. He confesses to his closest mate Tresa (Samvrutha Sunil) that he has been having a tough time lately with his dreams, with almost every other gorgeous woman on and off the block making an appearance in them as his wife. Back home, he manages to convince his parents and ties the knot with a Radio jockey with an acid tongue, Kavya (Bhama) who's apprehension personified when it comes to her groom.

The hypothetical insinuation on the title that tops it up with a question mark at the end totally went over my head. I mean, they are very well married leaving no space around for those ifs and buts. Why the doubt then, why the speculation?

I have got some serious issues with films that claim to be all gung-ho with regard to modernism. All that talk about women's lib and more of that flows in profusion from the RJ's mouth before she bangs the phone down in disgust at the chauvinist boar at the other end. For a moment, we think the girl has got her head in the right place and then she gets married. And immediately turns out to be a green-eyed, nagging monster who can't bear to see her hubby dear chatting up with his bestest girl friend.

Almost all the assumptions that the film bases itself on are infantile. And most of the characters in it are still in their adolescence even though they are well past their prime. Take Vivek's parents for instance who have been estranged for a while, but who spend their miserable lives in opposite apartments, so that their lad would never know what it is to have separated parents. So you have the dad-son-in-extreme-ecstasy picture donning the living room in Flat 9A and mom-son-on-a-joyride pic hung up for good in Flat 9B. And sonny flitting between the apartments on alternate nights.

The most astonishing thing about the film is that there isn't a moment when your heart goes out to the pair-in-distress. How on earth does one sympathize with a moron who has done his MBA with not a clue as to how an onion looks like? If you ask me, the writer's attempts to make Vivek look like a lamb-on-a-hot-air-balloon crash-land disastrously. As it is, he comes across as an idiot who could very well do with some spanking that he had obviously missed out some time earlier on.

The final revelation that Vivek throws on Kavya's face along with yours, is a catastrophe. I have been trying to push myself into believing that the guy isn't as unripe as the whole world believes him to be. And then he goes about delivering on why have wanted to tie the knot in the first place, (that's a spoiler, if you could call it that) and boy, it was even funnier than all of Suraj's antics put together.

It's then that we realize that it was a grave mistake that the kid got married. Seriously, he ought to be in kindergarten, if his mind works like that at 22.

Saji Surendran's film looks picture perfect, if you steer your gaze away from the interiors that resemble playschools. It has been beautifully shot, and his eye for visual detail finds a noteworthy expression in the song sequences, which are undoubtedly among the best in recent years. Performances are pretty fine through out, though a script as this neither insists on spectacular feats nor extracts histrionic delights from its actors.

'Ivar Vivahitharayal' beats a dead horse for a good three hours, and appears rather dull despite all the happenings in it all the while. A knock-off on several triumphant marriage capers that have preceded it, it boasts neither of their sparkle nor shine.

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Actor Bala to marry Idea Star Amritha Suresh

Malayalam-Tamil actor Bala, who has given some good performances in Kalabham (2006), Big B (2007), Sound of Boot (2007), SMS (2007), Ayudham (2008), Champada (2009) and Sagar Alias Jackie - Reloaded (2009), will soon marry Asianet's Idea Star Singer 2007 fame Amritha Suresh from Ernakulam.

According to sources, actor Bala, a regular viewer of Idea Star Singer, fell in love with Amritha, who has reportedly accepted his proposal.

Bala's parents are said to have fixed the marriage after visiting Amritha's home some days ago.
The marriage date is yet to be decided.

Meanwhile, Bala will be the hero in the upcoming Malayalam film Sivapuram, directed by Unni Pranav, former associate of director Shaji Kailas.


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