Mullavalliyum Thenmavum

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Mullavalliyum Thenmavum
Mullavalliyum Thenmavum.jpg
Directed by V. K. Prakash
Produced by Vindhyan
Written by Vindhyan
Starring Kunchacko Boban
Chaya Singh
Indrajith
Lalu Alex
Music by Ouseppachan
Cinematography S. Tirru
Edited by Antony
Release date
19 December 2003
Country India
Language Malayalam

Mullavalliyum Thenmavum is a 2003 Malayalam film starring Kunchacko Boban and Chaya Singh.

Synopsis[edit]

Shelly (Kunchako Boban) and his girlfriend, Rajasree (Chaya Singh) are in love, but Rajasree's mother is against their romance, since Shelly is a Christian and an orphan. They elope with the help of Shelly's uncle Dr. Alex (Lalu Alex). Rajasree decides that they will not begin a physical relationship until her mother approves the marriage. She said she is giving her mother one year to change her mind. Initially her mother is against the marriage, but as the year ends, she relents.

On that day, Shelly falls from the sculpture which he was making and is paralysed. He asks Rajasree to leave him and have a good life, but she refuses. Dr. Alex brings an artist named Andre (Indrajith) to finish Shelly's sculpture. Andre is soon joined by his girlfriend Eva (Geethu Mohandas). Rajasree does not like them because of their strange behaviour. One day Andre tries to rape Rajasree in front of the paralysed Shelly. Shelly cries in agony, and finally he stands up and fights Andre. Shelly then recovers fully. He learns that Dr. Alex suggested that Andre provoke him, hoping to trigger the change.

Cast[edit]

Songs[edit]

The songs were penned by Gireesh Puthenchery and were composed by Ouseppachan. Songs were generally received well, especially Dhoom thanakkadi was a hit among the youth.

No. Title Singers Length
1. "Anthinila chemparunthu" Indrajit  
2. "Chitti kuruvi" Unni Menon, Sujatha Mohan  
3. "Dhoom thanakkadi" Franko, Ganga, Baby Kalyani  
4. "Kadalilaki karayodu cholli" Franko, Balu  
5. "Ninakkum nilavil" Kalyani Menon  
6. "Ninave en ninave" P. Jayachandran  
7. "Pachapalunke" Balu, Jyotsna Radhakrishnan  
8. "Thamara noolinal" G. Venugopal, Gayatri Asokan  

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