Kottaram Veettile Apputtan

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Kottaram Veetile Apputtan
Directed byRajasenan
Produced byKalligoor Sasi
PM Basheer
Screenplay byMani Shornur
Rajan Kizhekkanda
Story byC. V. Balakrishnan
Music byBerny-Ignatius
CinematographyK. P. Nambiathiri
Edited byG. Murali
United Vision
Distributed bySeven Star
Release date
  • 30 November 1998 (1998-11-30)

Kottaram Veetile Apputtan is a 1998 Malayalam romantic comedy-drama film directed by Rajasenan starring Jayaram and Shruti in the lead. The film was remade in Telugu as Manasunna Maaraju with Rajasekhar and in Tamil as Sound Party with Sathyaraj. The film was dubbed to Tamil as "Aranmanaikaran".


The film tells the story of a rich orphan - Apputtan, a generous and liberal man. He helps settle the financial woes of people in the village. He is attracted to a girl whose education he has been sponsoring. But her response to his love after becoming a doctor at his expense, was something Apputtan had least expected. Since Apputtan only has a high school education, she treats him like an illiterate. The film ends well with the girl developing interest towards Apputtan.[1]




The film's soundtrack contains 6 songs, all composed by Berny-Ignatius. Lyrics by S. Ramesan Nair, Panthalam Sudhakaran, Chittoor Gopi.

# Title Singer(s) Raga(s)
1 "Aavanipponnoonjal Aadikkam" M. G. Sreekumar Abheri
2 "Aavanipponnoonjaal Aadumpol" K. S. Chithra Abheri
3 "Ambottee" M. G. Sreekumar, Kalabhavan Mani, Jagathy Sreekumar Sindhu Bhairavi
4 "Ente Mounaraagaminnu" K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chithra Dharmavati
5 "Karalinte Novarinjal" K. J. Yesudas
6 "Naalukettin Akathalathil" M. G. Sreekumar


  1. ^ R. Parameswaran (30 November 2001). "On the sets - Kottaram Veetile Apputtan". Screen India. Retrieved 12 April 2011.

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