Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback

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Lekhayude Maranam:Oru Flashback
Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback.jpg
Directed by K. G. George
Screenplay by S. L. Puram Sadanandan
Story by K. G. George
Starring Bharath Gopi,
Nalini,
Mammootty
Music by M. B. Sreenivasan
Edited by G.O. Sundaram
Release dates
  • 12 November 1983 (1983-11-12)
Country India
Language Malayalam

Lekhayude Maranam: Oru Flashback (Malayalam: ലേഖയുടെ മരണം ഒരു ഫ്ലാഷ് ബാക്ക്, meaning The death of Lekha, a flashback) is a 1983 Malayalam film by K. G. George.[1][2][3] The movie is loosely based on the real life incident of the death of actress Shobha who committed suicide, following a relationship with director Balu Mahendra.

Plot[edit]

K G George uses the cinema within cinema technique for this film. With hints to the real life incident of suicide of popular actress Shobha, Lekhayude Maranam:Oru Flashback became controversial even before its release.

A poor Malayalee family reaches Madras to try luck for their daughter Shantamma in the film industry. She slowly starts climbing the ladder of success and become a popular actress Lekha. At the peak of her career she commits suicide by hanging herself. The film recounts events that lead her to suicide, including a stint as a prostitute succumbing to the pressure from her parents for the lust of quick money and her unsuccessful love affair with a director.[4]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music was composed by MB Sreenivasan and lyrics was written by ONV Kurup.

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 Enneyunarthiya Pularkalathil [Kannillathe Nizhal Paambukal] Selma George ONV Kurup
2 Mookathayude souvarnam Selma George ONV Kurup
3 Prabhaamayi P Jayachandran, Selma George ONV Kurup

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback". www.malayalachalachithram.com. Retrieved 2014-10-19. 
  2. ^ "Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback". malayalasangeetham.info. Retrieved 2014-10-19. 
  3. ^ "Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback". spicyonion.com. Retrieved 2014-10-19. 
  4. ^ K.G.George

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