Njangal Santhushtaranu

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Njangal Santhushtaranu
Njangal Santhushtaranu.jpg
Directed byRajasenan
Produced byThomas Korah, Prem Prakash
Screenplay byRajan Kizhakenala
Music byOuseppachan
Distributed byKokers, Anupama & Evershine
Release date
  • 15 November 1999 (1999-11-15)

Njangal Santhushtaranu is a 1999 Malayalam film, made in India, starring Jayaram.


Sanjeev (Jayaram) is a police commissioner who lives with his widowed father and two younger sisters. He is also a singer in the police troupe along with police constaple Salperu Sathanandhan (Jagathy Sreekumar), who is living with his two wives. One day he falls in love with Geethu (Abhirami), who is the daughter of the director general of the police (DGP) and get married.

Geethu has been papmered since childhood and is spoiled by the love of her parents. Geethu is very proud of her DGP father and often boasts of her being DGP's daughter.

After marriage, Geethu causes misery to Sanjeev's sisters, like a stepmother. One day while investigating a case, Sanjeev does not reach home. Geethu plays a cruel trick by informing the police control room that Sanjeev had died. His family is in pain, and when Sajeev returns home, everybody is shocked. Sanjeev slaps Geethu for her deed. She goes back to her home, in anger. Geethu's family reveals to her that she is an adopted child, and so she should not feel proud of her legacy. Ashamed of herself, Geethu runs away to an orphanage. Her family visits her and reveals that Sanjeev knew about her past before marriage, and was willing to marry her. Finally Geethu returns to her husband's home and starts a new life afresh.



The films soundtrack contains 8 songs, all composed by Ouseppachan and Lyrics by S. Ramesan Nair.

# Title Singer(s) Raga(s)
1 "Aanalla Pennalla " M. G. Sreekumar, Chorus
2 "Iru Meyyum" K. J. Yesudas
3 "Iru Meyyum [D]" K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chitra
4 "Kannil Thiri Thelikkum" Sujatha Mohan
5 "Ponnin Valakilukki" Santhosh Keshav
6 "Theythey Thaalam" Santhosh Keshav
7 "Udayam Vaalkkannezhuthi (F)" K. S. Chitra Nattakurinji
8 "Udayam Vaalkkannezhuthi [M]" K. J. Yesudas Nattakurinji

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