Lisammayude Veedu

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Lisammayude Veedu
Lisammayude Veedu.jpg
Film poster
Directed byBabu Janardhanan
Produced byP. T. Saleem
Written byBabu Janardhanan
Starring
Music bySongs:
Vinu Thomas
Background Score:
Deepankuran
CinematographySinu Sidharth
Production
company
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Release date
  • 4 January 2013 (2013-01-04)
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam

Lisammayude Veedu (English: Lisamma's House) is a 2013 Malayalam drama film written and directed by Babu Janardhanan and starring Meera Jasmine, Rahul Madhav and Salim Kumar. The film is a sequel to the 2006 film Achanurangatha Veedu. The film was initially titled Samuvelinte Makkal but was later renamed Lisammayude Veedu based on the name of the central character.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

Achanurangaatha Veedu (2006) told the story of a father's suffering as his under-aged daughter Lisamma is kidnapped and is forced into a sex racket. In Lisammayude Veedu, the young girl Lisamma (Meera Jasmine) has grown up and seems to have adjusted to her past. She runs a telephone booth and looks after her two sisters and her father who has lost his mental balance after seeing his daughter suffer.

She, however, looks on life with a somewhat caustic sense of humour and has become worldly wise. Her brave attitude wins her an admirer in Shivankutty (Rahul Madhav), who is a head load worker and has communist ideals. He also acts as a strongman for his party when required.

The two get married and life is good for Lisamma as she gives birth to a baby boy. When the child is four years old, Shivankutty's past catches up with him and he is killed by his enemies.

The film comments on current situations, is critical of the leftist ideology, and espouses the theory of what goes around comes around.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Zachariah, Ammu (2 June 2012). "Samuvelinte Makkal renamed Lisammayude Veedu". The Times of India. Retrieved 2 July 2012.

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