Orange (2012 film)
|Directed by||Biju Varkey|
|Produced by||Ravi Bangalore|
|Written by||Biju Varkey, Suresh Kochamminy|
|Music by||Manikanth Kadri, Afzal Yusuf|
Orange is a 2012 Malayalam film directed by Biju Varkey who had earlier directed films like Devadasi, Chandranilekkulla Vazhi and Phantom.
Yakobi (Kalabhavan Mani) is an orphan who works in a dairy farm, where he drives his own lorry on a contract basis. Orange is the name of his lorry. He falls in love with Saritha (Lena) and gets married. His sisters neither relatives did not know about this marriage. Later Saritha gave birth to babygirl Diya (Diya Babu ). Whenever he goes to his native place, his relatives enquire why he is still staying as a bachelor.
As usual when Yakobi was returning to Kambam after visiting his native place, a man asked him a free lift. While continuing their journey Yakobi came to know that his name was Muthu (Prakash Nath) and he was coming to attend an interview for a job in the dairy farm where Yakobi is working. But unfortunately they could not reach the farm within time. Yakobi somehow made arrangements to get a temporary job for Muthu in the dairy farm.
When Yakobi meets one of his old friends Baboottan (Biju Menon), he invites him to his house and this serves as the turning point in the story.
- Kalabhavan Mani as Yakobi
- Biju Menon as Baboottan
- salim Kumar as ashan
- jafar idukki as Baboottan
- Lena Abhilash as Saritha
- Machan Varghese as allavuddin
- Manikandan Pattambi
- Sona Nair as Pullachi thanku
- Prakash Nath as jithu
- Diya Babu - diya
Biju Varkey and Suresh Kochamminy have jointly written the story. The director Biju Varkey himself has written the dialogue. Ramalingam handles the cinematography. The movie has been produced under the banner of Swaraj films by Ravi Bangalore.
The music was given by Manikanth Kadri for the lyrics written by Rafeeque Ahmed and Afzal Yusuf composed one song with lyrics by C.R. Menon.
The film has been shot on locations at Marayoor.
|1||"Neerpalunku Mizhi"||Vineeth Sreenivasan, Shweta Mohan|
|2||"Oru Rosapoovin"||Benny Dayal|
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