Malayali Mamanu Vanakkam

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Malayali Mamanu Vanakkam
Directed byRajasenan
Produced byB. Rakesh
Written byUdayakrishna Siby.k.thomas
Kalabhavan Mani
Music bySuresh Peters
Distributed byCinema Cinema
Release date
22 February 2002
Budget1.5 crore
Box office3 crore

Malayali Mamanu Vanakkam is a Malayalam language film directed by Rajasenan starring Jayaram, Prabhu and Roja as the leads. It was released in 22 February 2002.[1]

Anandakuttan's mother (Srividya) wants her daughter Anandavalli(Shobha Mohan) to be with the family for Anandakuttan's (Jayaram) marriage to Revathy (Suja Karthika). So he takes up a trip on to Tamil Nadu in search of his sister and her husband Muniyandi (Kalabhavan Mani) along with his uncle Keshu (Jagathy Sreekumar).

Anandakuttan is successful in finding his sister and she sends her daughter Parvathy (Roja) with Anandakuttan to his home town, to avoid her getting married to Kannayya (Prabhu). However Parvathy assumes that Anandakuttan is in love with her following the Tamil custom of Muraimaman (where uncles do marry their niece). She falls in love for him and assumes his family also considers her as the fiancée of him without knowing that he was already engaged with Revathy. Anandakuttan wants to make her aware that in Kerala, its a prohibited relationship as uncles have a fatherly figure without offending her. So he tries to bring Kannayya to his family to make her fall in love for him. However she doesn't while resulted in a major issue in the family once they came to know that Parvathy felt love for Anandakuttan.


In the film's dubbed Tamil version, Gounder Veetu Maapillai, a separate comedy track featuring Vadivelu was shot and added.


  1. ^ "-". Malayalam Movie Database. Archived from the original on 17 December 2010. Retrieved 11 March 2011.