Innathe Chintha Vishayam
|Directed by||Sathyan Anthikkad|
|Written by||Sathyan Anthikkad|
|Produced by||Antony Perumbavoor|
|Distributed by||Central Pictures|
|12 April 2008|
Innathe Chinthavishayam (transl. Thought for the day) is a 2008 Indian Malayalam-language family drama film written and directed by Satyan Anthikad. The film, produced by Antony Perumbavoor through Aashirvad Cinemas, stars Mohanlal and Meera Jasmine. The film's score and songs were composed by Ilayaraja. The film is based on the scenario of increased divorces in modern-day Kerala middle class society. The film was released on 12 April 2008.
Dr. Murali Krishnan (Mukesh), the most successful dentist in the city is more interested in having female associations, more than often. He hides them from his wife Treesa (Sukanya), even by assigning male names for them in his mobile. One fine day he is in a tight corner with Treesa raiding his mobile contacts, and for evading the conflicts associated, he walks out of her life even leaving his daughter Lakshmi (Baby Nivedita) and Treesa became a driving instructor. Meanwhile, Treesa punishes Ranjan Philip (Rajesh Hebbar), an womaniser who continuously follows and disturbs her by making him naked in a street, taking away his dress and keeping it in his car.
The second family, Pithambaran (Vijayaraghavan) and his wife Premila (Mohini) with their lovely children Malavika and Madhavan are leading a good life. But due to increased possessiveness for Premila, Pithambaran returns home from gulf throwing away his good job, and starts escorting his wife all along. He even develops inferiority complex which further complicates things for Premila, ultimately resulting in continuous fights and separation.
And in the third family, Rehna (Muthumani) is not able to continue with her lawyer profession due to the orthodox attitude of her husband Noushad (Ashokan) and his family. She too walks out of his life, and starts working independently.
Into the lives of these three lady friends who start living separately arrives, Gopakumar alias G.K. (Mohanlal), a garment exporter. He has bought the house where Treesa is staying away from Muralikrishnan. Now left in a difficult situation which does not allow G.K., to throw out Treesa and her daughter, to establish his office, G.K. is trying newer ways to get the couple together. And in the process he meets the other similar ladies who happen to be friends of Treesa.
- Mohanlal as Gopakumar / G.K.
- Meera Jasmine as Kamala
- Sukanya as Treesa Muralikrishnan
- Mukesh as Dr. Muralikrishnan
- Vijayaraghavan as Peethambaran
- Mohini as Premila Peethambaran
- Ashokan as Noushad
- Muthumani as Adv. Rehna Noushad
- Innocent as Immanuel
- Mamukkoya as Shajahan
- Baby Niveditha as Lakshmi Muralikrishnan
- Master Dhananjay as Madhavan
- Malavika M Sunil as Malavika,
- Master Ganapathi as Kamala's brother
- Rajesh Hebbar as Ranjan Philip, an Eve Teaser
- Santhakumari as Amina
- Vanitha Krishnachandran as Kamala's mother
- Thesni Khan as Immanuel's wife
- Siddique as Kamala's brother
- Jayan Cherthala
- Sreelatha Namboothiri
- Kalamandalam Radhika
- Reshmi Boban
- Babu Namboothiri as Premila's Father
- Anoop Chandran
- Manjusha Sajish
- Kripa - Servant
- Ansiba Hassan as college student
- Althara as Seetha
- Arun Bobby as a boy playing football with hands raised
|Soundtrack album by|
|Track||Song Title||Singer(s)||Other Notes|
|1||"Kando Kando"||M. G. Sreekumar|
|2||"Kasthooripottum"||Vijay Yesudas, Chorus|
|3||"Manassiloru"||Madhu Balakrishnan, Swetha||Raga: Keeravani|
- Kerala State Film Award for Best Film with Popular Appeal and Aesthetic Value
- Kerala State Film Award, Jaihind TV Award for Best Comedy Artist - Mamukkoya
- Asianet Film Awards, Vanitha Film Awards for Best Male Playback Singer - M. G. Sreekumar