Bhakthajanangalude Sradhakku

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Bhakthajanangalude Sradhakku
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Film poster
Directed by Priyanandanan
Produced by Jahangeer Shams
Screenplay by Manoj
Story by Ranjith
Starring Kavya Madhavan
Irshad
Music by Natesh Sankar
Cinematography Prathap Prabhakar
Edited by Venugopal
Production
company
Like Pictures
Xarfnet Movies
Distributed by Like Release
Release dates
  • 29 April 2011 (2011-04-29)
Country India
Language Malayalam

Bhakthajanangalude Sradhakku (Malayalam: ഭക്തജനങ്ങളുടെ ശ്രദ്ധയ്ക്ക്) is a 2011 Malayalam satirical drama film directed by National award-winning director Priyanandanan. The film is scripted by Manoj based on a story by Ranjith. It stars Kavya Madhavan and Irshad in the lead roles. The film narrates the story of a self-declared demi-god and her alcoholic husband. It is reportedly inspired from the life of the controversial godwoman Divya Joshi.[1] The movie is produced by Jahangir Shamz under the banner of xarfnet movies.

Plot[edit]

Sumangala (Kavya Madhavan) is married to a government employee named Viswanathan (Irshad). Viswanathan is committed to his family, which includes their two kids and his mother. Things go horribly wrong when he becomes an alcoholic. Fed up of her husband's incorrigible ways, Sumangala is forced to become a godwoman. This forms the turning point in the film.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film was shot from various parts of Kannur. Priyanandan announced the film soon after his Prithviraj-Kavya Madhavan starrer Mandarappoovalla got shelved. The songs recorded for Mandarappoovalla are used in this film.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ദിവ്യാ ജോഷിയായി കാവ്യാ മാധവന്"
  2. ^ Rasmi Binoy. (5 May 2011). "Career moves". The Hindu. Retrieved 9 May 2011.