Nasrani (film)

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Directed by Joshiy
Produced by Rajan Thalipparambu (Doha)
Written by Ranjith
Starring Mammootty
Vimala Raman
Muktha Elsa George
Lalu Alex
Music by Bijibal
Distributed by Marikkar Filims
Release dates
  • 12 October 2007 (2007-10-12)
Running time
150 minutes
Country India
Language Malayalam

Nasrani is a 2007 Malayalam action drama film starring Mammootty and directed by Joshiy and produced by Rajan Thaliparambu. Story, Screenplay and Dialogues are by Ranjith. The film tells the story of a typical Achayan from a Syrian Catholic family in Travancore.[1][2]


Mammootty is David John Kottarathil, a rich unrestrained planter, known popularly by the fancy name D K. He spends most of his time boozing in the company of his friends in the Cosmo Club, in which he is the care taker and the secretary. He has got a little of tragic stories behind him as his father John accidentally kills Eappachayan, the father of his lady love and is on jail for life. This episode on their engagement day forced D K to stay back from marrying Sara Eapen, a college lecturer, even after 10 years from the incident.

David always roam around enjoying life with his driver Sukumaran (Kalabhavan Mani) and is always their to solve the problems of the club. The story takes a turn when Annie (Mukta) a medical student and Sara's half sister who is taken cared by David, is accused by the police for committing the murder of Benny, an upcoming politician and the son of political king and former Revenue Minister M C Paul (Vijayraghavan) . With supportive evidences and witnesses, Police is all the way around to seize the girl who is said to have taken revenge and killed the future prospects of Malankara Congress, for having ditched one of her best friend who committed suicide following Benny's rejection!

The only way out for D K is now to find out and bring in the original culprits before the public and the law. And in the way, he is also to expose the family leadership pattern that is inherent in many parties including Malankara Congress and the police- politician nexus that is threatening the state.


The film is produced by Rajan Doha under the banner of Horizon Entertainment. The locations of the film included Kottayam, Palai, Neriamangalam and Vagamon.


The film was a Ramzan release and was an average at the box office.[3][4][5][6]



The films soundtrack contains 2 songs, all composed by Bijibal and Lyrics by Anil Panachooran.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Eeran Meghame" Manjari
2 "Kaanana Nizhalin" Pradeep Palluruthy


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