Poster of Malayalam version
|10 April 1991|
Ente Sooryaputhrikku is a 1991 Malayalam film directed by Fazil and starring Amala and Srividya, and Suresh Gopi. The film was simultaneously shot in Tamil as Karpoora Mullai with Raja replacing Suresh Gopi.
Maya (Amala) was a spoiled child of a rich man as she always creates issues in her hostel as well as in college. One day along with her friends, she decides to make fun of a Dr. Srinivas (Suresh Gopi / Raja), but the doctor in turn insults her saying that she is a fatherless child. Shocked Maya understands her childish behavior and attempts suicide, but the doctor saves her and she gets back to normal, but starts loving the doctor and she also decide to find out who her father is and finally she discovers that her father had adopted her when she was baby and her biological mother was K. S Vasundhara Devi (Srividya), famous singer. She tries her every bit to make her mom accept her. Finally her mother accepts Maya, but before she make this news to public, Vasundhara Devi is murdered by her administration employees for her wealth. Maya kills her mother's killer's and she is sent to jail. Srinivas marries Maya while she serves her sentence.
- Amala as Maya Vinodini(voiceover by Bhagyalakshmi)
- Srividya as Vasundhara Devi K. S
- Suresh Gopi as Dr. Srinivas
- Sumithra as Dr. Srinivas's mother
- M. G. Soman as Vinod Shankar
- Prathapachandran as Shiva Prasad
- T. S. Raghavendra
- Bheeman Raghu as Ravi
- Suma Jayaram
- Kanya Bharathi
- Kalady Omana
- Fazil in a guest appearance
- Raja in a guest appearance
- Track List
|1||"Rapadi Pakshikootam"||K. S. Chithra|
|2||"Aalapanam Thedum"||K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chithra & P. Susheela|
- Kerala State Film Awards 1991
- Best Dubbing Artist - Bhagyalakshmi
Regarding the Tamil version, The Indian Express called it "Alternatively vibrant and serious [..] built up well by director Fazil [..]".
- "The Remake of Ente Sooryaputhrikku was shot simultaneously!". The Times of India. 12 December 2014. Retrieved 8 September 2016.
- "New films galore in Malayalam". Rediff.com. 19 November 2010.
- "They too stirred up a hornet's nest: Pre-social media Malayalam films that sparked controversy". The Indian Express. 18 February 2018.
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