Captain (2018 film)
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Prajesh Sen|
|Produced by||T. L. George|
|Written by||Prajesh Sen|
|Music by||Gopi Sundar|
|Cinematography||Roby varghese Raj|
|Edited by||Bijith Bala|
|Distributed by||Anto Joseph Film Company, Popcorn Entertainments Australia|
Captain is a 2018 Indian Malayalam-language biographical sports drama film written and directed by Prajesh Sen in his directorial debut. The film is about V. P. Sathyan, former captain of the Indian national football team, with Jayasurya portraying him. It also stars Anu Sithara, Renji Panicker, Siddique, Deepak Parambol, Saiju Kurup, Kamal Varadoor and Lakshmi Sharma. Jayasurya won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film.
- Jayasurya as V. P. Sathyan, former Indian footballer
- Anu Sithara as Anitha Sathyan, wife of V.P Sathyan.
- Renji Panicker as Coach Jaffer, coach of Kerala Police football club.
- Siddique as Maithanam, a football enthusiast
- Saiju Kurup as Guptha IPS, senior officer of V.P Sathyan while he worked in Kerala Police Department.
- Deepak Parambol as U. Sharaf Ali, former Indian footballer, teammate of V.P Sathyan.
- Lakshmi Sharma as Sathyan's mother
- Janardhanan as K.Karunakaran, ex chief minister of Kerala
- Sreelatha Namboothiri as Anitha's grandmother
- Ambika Mohan as Anitha's mother
- Thalaivasal Vijay as SP Rajashekaran
- Santhosh Keezhattoor as Sathyan's elder brother
- Shaiju Damodaran as Sports Journalist(Cameo Appearance) and Football Commentator(Voice Only)
- Mammootty in cameo appearance as himself
- Nirmal Palazhi as Kittan
- Adwaith as V. P. Sathyan (Childhood)
- Anna A Smith as Athira, Sathyan's daughter
- Jefin Jamal as Sathyan's brother(Childhood)
- Joby George Cameo appearance
- Akshaya as Sathyan’s sister
- Daya as Anitha (Childhood)
Based on the life of former Indian National Football Team captain V. P. Sathyan, who, owning a good career history, committed suicide in 2006, Jayasurya announced the film in October 2016, with debutant Prajesh Sen as director and T. L. George of Goodwill Entertainments as producer. It began filming in early April 2017 in Kozhikode. A Santhosh Trophy match sequence was shot at Calicut University Stadium in Thenhipalam, during which Jayasurya injured his right leg, leading to a stay of filming for one week.
Songs and score were composed by Gopi Sundar. The film's audio was released by minister K. T. Jaleel on 28 January 2018, by awarding it to Anitha Sathyan, V. P. Sathyan's wife. As part of the event, a football match between teams Golden 90s led by I. M. Vijayan and Captain Elevens led by Jayasurya was organised at the Safari Ground, Edappal, which was kicked off by C.K. Vineeth.
|1.||"Paalthira Paadum"||Rafeeq Ahamed||Shreya Ghoshal||4:35|
|2.||"Peythalinja Nimisham"||B. K. Harinarayanan||P. Jayachandran, Vani Jairam||5:18|
|3.||"Paattu Petty (Music by Viswajith)"||Nitheesh Naderi, Swathy Chakraborthy||P. Jayachandran||5:26|
|4.||"Nithyamurulum (Captain Theme)"||Rafeeq Ahamed||Gopi Sundar||5:17|
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- "Gopi Sunder wraps up Captain's background score". The Times of India. 11 February 2018. Retrieved 14 February 2018.
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