Red Chillies (film)

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Red Chillies
Red Chillies Poster.jpg
Directed by Shaji Kailas
Produced by M. Renjith
Written by A. K. Sajan
Starring Mohanlal
Biju Menon
Hareesh Peradi
Music by M. Jayachandran
Rajamani (BGM)
Distributed by Vaishaka Release
Release dates
  • 14 February 2009 (2009-02-14)
Country India
Language Malayalam
Budget 100 crores

Red Chillies is a 2009 Malayalam film starring Mohanlal, directed by Shaji Kailas and written by A. K. Sajan. It was produced by M. Renjith under the banner of Rajaputhra Visual Media and was distributed by Vaishaka Release.[1]


Mohanlal plays the role of OMR, an affluent NRI who does oil business in Singapore. The movie begins on a new year before when the "Red Chilles", an all-girls music band with nine members, are involved in an accident. The girls flee from the place to leave their car behind. Moreover, the girls work for OMR and it was his car they drove around.

OMR is forced to come down to India. As a mystery, several other characters come into light, including a party secretary portrayed by Thilakan and four policemen played by Siddique, Vijayaraghavan, Biju Menon and Ganesh Kumar. OMR,as a lawyer, saves his band of girls from the court with his brilliance. He fins out the real killer and reveals some shocking truths which he found out from the killer. The master mind of the murder plot was none other than Superintendent of Police Stalin Mani (Biju Menon), the son of communist leader Mani Varghese(Thilakan), who was about to expose the illicit activities of his son! Stalin Mani is then arrestes by his own department officials and OMR adopts Stalin's mother as his and takes her to Singapore.


Actor Role
Mohanlal Adv. (as OMR)
Thilakan Com. Maani Varghese
Siddique Vyasan I.P.S
Biju Menon Stalin Maani Varghese I.P.S. (Son of Mani Varghese)
Hareesh Peradi Franco Aalangadan
Vijayaraghavan Colonel / Headmaster
Ganesh Kumar Upendra Varma (Police Officer)
Vijayakumar Louie (Police Officer)
Jagatheesh Surendran
Sukumari Wife of Mani Varghese
Maniyanpilla Raju Police Officer in Tamil Nadu
Sabakhan Jennifer
Juli Maglin
Ranjini Jose Anna Bella
Dhanya Mary Varghese Lamna Shankar
Mrudula Murali Varadha Battadirippadu
Leena Maria Paul Roya Kareena
Neena Sahasra
Krishna Priya Vega Nambiathiri
Ruksha Fabi Akthar
Samjitha Roopa Dev
Jagannatha Varma
T. P. Madhavan


The movie features two songs composed by M. Jayachandran:

The BGM of Red Chillies is done by Rajamani.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Malayala Cinema Star of the year 2009". Cinebuzz. Retrieved 8 January 2010.