Kauravar

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Kauravar
Kauravar-5798.jpg
Movie poster
Directed by Joshi
Written by A. K. Lohithadas
Starring Mammootty
Vishnuvardhan
Thilakan
Babu Antony
Bheeman Raghu
Anju
Music by S P Venkatesh
Release date(s) Feb 12 1992 (Kerala)
Feb 17 (Karnataka)
Running time 149 min
Country  India
Language Malayalam

Kauravar (Malayalam: കൗരവര്‍) is a 1992 Malayalam film directed by Joshiy, written by Lohithadas, and starring Mammootty, Vishnuvardhan, Thilakan, Murali, Anju, Babu Antony and Bheeman Raghu.

The film was remade into Kannada in 2001 by the title Devasura and starring Devraj and B. C. Patil.

Plot[edit]

A gang led by Aliyar (Thilakan) holds a grudge against Police Officer Haridas (Vishnuvardhan) who was responsible for the death of Antony's (Mammootty) wife and daughter 12 years ago and sent Antony to jail. When Antony is finally freed, he reunites with his old gang and they plan to kill Haridas. Antony then discovers that his daughter who he thought had died is actually still alive and was raised by Haridas as one of his daughters. Antony meets his long-lost daughter but Aliyar and gang are not ready to leave Haridas. Antony pleads to the gang to leave Haridas alone but fails to stop them. During the struggle, Antony gets shot by Aliyar and in his defence kills Aliyar.

Reception[edit]

The movie was a big hit among family audience. It ran for 150 days. The film dubbed in Telugu as Kankanam and became a big hit in Andhra Pradesh. The film dubbed in Tamil as Shatriya Vamsam and became a big hit in TamilNadu.[1]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The film's soundtrack is composed by S P Venkatesh. Lyrics are penned by Shibu Chakravarthi.

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "Kanaka Nilaave"   Dr. K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chitra 4:53
2. "Muthu Mani Thooval"   Dr. K. J. Yesudas 4:43
3. "Maari Kuliril"   Dr. K. J. Yesudas 5:14
4. "Maari Kuliril"   K. S. Chitra 1:49

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stars : Star Interviews : Jayanan Vincent - Exclusive Interview". Telugucinema.com. Retrieved 2012-06-02. 

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