Cinema Company

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Cinema Company
Cinema company.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed byMamas
Produced byFareed Khan (producer)
Written byMamas
Music byAlphons Joseph
CinematographyJibu Jacob
Edited bySreekumar Nair
Whitesands Media House
Distributed byWhitesands Media House
Vaishakha Cynyma
Release date
  • 27 July 2012 (2012-07-27)
Running time
152 minutes
Box office28 lakh (US$39,000)[1]

Cinema Company is a 2012 Malayalam romantic comedy drama film written and directed by Mamas, and starring mainly newcomers. Basil, Sanjeev M Nair, Shruthi Hariharan and Badri play the roles of four close friends who dream of making a film.


As Paul Cheriyan (Basil) prepares to leave for his office, he sees several people coming into his building. He asks a watchman about it, and learns that a boy has died in an accident, to which his friends bore witness. Paul goes to where the dead boy's friends are mourning and cursing themselves, and then returns to his apartment, where he starts thinking about his own friends and where they might be now.

He recalls Parvathi (Shruthi Hariharan), also called Paru, who carried a Ukulele with her and sang jingles on air, then Varghese Panikkar (Sanjeev), a rich friend of his who wanted to be a director and always carried a sketch pad and a camera. He next thinks about Fazal (Badri), also called Ikka, a writer who received many awards for his books. He was in love with a rich girl named Roshni (Lakshmi). Paul then reflects on his own former dream to be an actor. The four friends had intended to make a film together, but things did not work out and the project was abandoned.

Paul returns to Kochi, the place where he and his friends had tried and failed to make their film. He is reunited with his friends and they finally make the movie of their dreams, which then becomes a huge success.



The soundtrack of the film was composed by Alphons Joseph, with lyrics penned by Rafeeq Ahammed, Santhosh Varma and Jagmeet Bal.

1."Thick Rap"Alphons Joseph, Shelton Pinheiro, Mamas, Dalton Aruja 
2."Cinema Company"Ranjini Jose, Alphons Joseph 
3."Aaromal Shalabhangalayi"Shreya Ghoshal 
4."Sonee Lagdee"Harshdeep Kaur, Alphons Joseph, Manjari 
5."Vellil Paravakalai"Karthik 
6."Palavazhi"Alphons Joseph 
7."Aaromal – Unplugged"Arun Raj 


  1. ^ Malayalam Films of 2013
  2. ^ Karthikeyan, Sruthi (22 June 2012). "Krishna's avatars". Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 1 July 2012.

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