Namukku Parkkan

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Namukku Parkkan
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Film poster
Directed by Aji John
Produced by Joy Thomas Sakthikulangara
Screenplay by Jayan-Sunoj
Starring Anoop Menon
Meghna Raj
Jayasurya
Narrated by Mohanlal
Music by Ratheesh Vegha
Cinematography S.B.Prijith
Edited by Shamjith
Distributed by Jithin Arts
Release date
  • June 29, 2012 (2012-06-29)
Country India
Language Malayalam

Namukku Parkkan (Malayalam: നമുക്ക് പാർക്കാൻ) is a 2012 Malayalam film directed by Aji John, starring Anoop Menon and Meghna Raj in the lead roles.[1] Jayasurya plays a pivotal guest appearance, while Mohanlal makes a vocal appearance in the film.

Plot[edit]

Namukku Parkkan reflects the realities of a middle class Malayali family.[2] Rajeev (Anoop Menon) is a veterinary surgeon and his wife Renuka (Meghna Raj) is a primary school teacher. They have two school- going daughters.They live in a small house and doesn't have a proper bathroom ,one day somebody peeps in when meghana was bathing. They lead a happy and contended life, but they have a dream and that is to own a house. They have plans for their ideal house, a house merging with nature, with lots of trees and a lovely garden and cattle roaming the compound. But the dream is beyond their means. All others in their family own houses. But Rajeev and family still live in a rented house. On top of that, Rajeev has been served with a note to vacate the house. He has asked for some grace period till he finds a new house. Then an unexpected incident in his life makes it inevitable for him to build a house. He sets out on a journey to own a house and the realities he encounters in his journey form the rest of the story.[1] C.I. Velu Nagarajan(Jayasurya) a Kannada police officer residing in Kerala "helps" Rajeev and rest of the story is of the other incidents he faces.

Cast[edit]

Reception[edit]

The music rights of movie was obtained by Sathyam Audios for a record price close to 13 lakh, which is the highest price in Malayalam film industry, beating the previous record of Urumi.[3] Movie as a whole was rated as average by Sify[4] and Rediff review with rediff calling Anoop Menon's acting impressive.[5]

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