|Directed by||P. V. Krishna Iyer|
|Produced by||P. J. Cherian|
|Screenplay by||Puthezhathu Raman Menon|
|Story by||M. S. Jacob|
|Music by||P. S. Divakar
E. I. Warrier
|Cinematography||J. G. Vijayam
The songs were composed by saxophone player P. S. Divakar and E. I. Warrier. Lyrics were by poet G. Sankara Kurup. There were 15 songs in the film, sung by P. Leela, P. K. Raghavan, Sarojini Menon, T. K. Govindarao, Vasudeva Kurup and Vimala B Varma. Govinda Rao and Sarojini Menon, who sang in this film, became the first male and female playback singers in Malayalam.
Cherian’s family played a large part in the film. His son Joseph Cherian was cast as hero; Joseph’s wife, Baby, was the heroine; and his daughters other relatives were part of this film.
- Joseph Cherian
- Baby Joseph
- Cherthala Vasudeva Kurup
- P. J. Cherian
- S. J. Dev
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