Ore Mukham

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Ore Mukham
Ore Mukham film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Sajith Jagadnandan [1]
Produced by Jayalal Menon
Anil Biswas
Screenplay by Deepu S. Nair
Sandeep Sadanandan
Starring Dhyan Sreenivasan
Prayaga Martin
Aju Varghese
Deepak Parambol
Gayathri Suresh
Music by Bijibal
Cinematography Satheesh Kurup
Edited by Ranjan Abraham
Production
company
Backwater Studios
Distributed by Magic Frames Release
Release date
  • 2 December 2016 (2016-12-02)[2]
Country India
Language Malayalam

Ore Mukham (Same Face) is a 2016 Indian Malayalam-language Mystery film directed by Sajith Jagadnandan. It stars Dhyan Sreenivasan, Prayaga Martin, and Gayathri Suresh.[3][4] The film told in a non-linear style, is set in two periods. One period, set in the 1980s, tells the college life of the main protagonists. The other, set in the present day, describes the investigation into a series of murders involving the protagonists.[5][6] Ore Mukham released on 2 December 2016.[2] The film was a success in the box office.

Plot[edit]

Zachariah Pothan (Dhyan Sreenivasan) is a rich orphan and a bully who chases after girls in their campus with his friends (Das (Aju Varghese), Devan (Yazir Saleem), Prakashan (Deepak Parambol) & Aravindan (Arjun Nandhakumar). But the power dynamics in their group often fluctuate and cause to create discomfort which hatches treachery that takes away lives. Years later the same group is haunted by serial killing and the police is trying to unravel the mystery. Circumstances point police to suspect Zacharia Pothan, who was the prime accused for Murdering Devan and Gayathri (Gayathri Suresh) on the day of their marriage long ago, and has been missing since then. The movie further reveals Prakashan and Aravidan murdered both Devan and Gayathri as a part of their treacherous plan. Zachariah too is killed by them and they hid his body to pin the other murders on him. Das was a witness to all this and now aged and out of guilt conscience has started the killing spree.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Ore Mukham is Sajith Jagadnandan's directorial debut. Photography took place in Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur from April 2016. It released on 2 December 2016.

Casting[edit]

Dhyan Sreenivasan signed into play the Male lead along with Aju Varghese, Deepak Parambol and Arjun Nandakumar in the supporting roles. Prayaga Martin who played the lead lady in Oru Murai Vanth Parthya and Gayathri Suresh who made her Debut in Jamna Pyari signed to play the female leads. Renji Panicker and Chemban Vinod Jose are also part of the cast. South Indian Actress Amala Paul[7] signed to play a significant role in the movie. However she was replaaced by anchor-turned-actress Jewel Mary[8] in the movie after the former opted out due to date issues as the shoot of Shajahanum Pareekuttiyum got extended due to unexpected rains. In May 2016,actress Abhirami signed into play a role of a lecturer who inspires Zacharia.

Soundtrack[edit]

Music: Bijibal Santhosh Narayanan, Lyrics: Rafeeq Ahamed, Lalji Kattiparamban.

Sadirumai - Vineeth Sreenivasan Aarum ariyathoru - Madhu balakrishnan Ore mukham -Yazin Nazir

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rasheed, Rafi (2 December 2016). "Ore Mukham Malayalam movie News, posters, previews". Film Fever Media. Retrieved 14 November 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Ore Mukham to release on Dec 2 - Times of India". Retrieved 1 December 2016.
  3. ^ "Dhyan to romance Gaythri in 'Ore Mugham'". Manorama Online. 23 April 2016.
  4. ^ Moviebuzz, Sify (29 April 2016). "Dhyan and Aju to team up again in 'Ore Mugham'". Sify.com. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
  5. ^ J, S (29 September 2016). "'Ore Mugham' is a thriller". Now Running. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
  6. ^ മാത്യു, അനീഷ് കെ (26 July 2016). "ഒരേ മുഖം ഫസ്റ്റ്ലുക്ക് പോസ്റ്ററിന് ഒരു പ്രത്യേകതയുണ്ട്..." Mathrubhumi. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
  7. ^ "Amala Paul to act with Dhyan Sreenivasan and Aju". Deccan Chronicle. 21 April 2016. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
  8. ^ "ഒരേ മുഖത്തിൽ ജ്യൂവെൽ മേരിയും". Nana Film Weekly. Retrieved 26 September 2016.

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