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Sevens Malayalam.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Joshiy
Produced by Santhosh Pavithram,
Sajai Sebastian
Written by Dr. Iqbal Kuttippuram
Starring Kunchacko Boban
Nivin Pauly
Asif Ali
Mithun Ramesh
Rejith Menon
Aju Varghese
Vineeth Kumar
Nadia Moidu
Rima Kallingal
Music by Bijibal
Cinematography Ajayan Vincent
Pavithram Creations
Zion International Film Factory (Incan Global Canada)
Distributed by Playhouse Release & PJ Entertainments
Release date
  • 8 September 2011 (2011-09-08)
Running time
150 minutes
Country India
Language Malayalam
Budget 5 crores
Box office 11.5 crores

Sevenes is a 2011 Malayalam sports-action film written by Ikbal Kuttipuram and directed by Joshiy. The cast includes Kunchacko Boban, Nivin Pauly, Asif Ali, Rejith Menon, Aju Varghese, Vineeth Kumar in supporting roles and Nadia Moidu, Rima Kallingal and Bhama in important roles.[1] The film centres on seven young men who play sevens football, popular in Malabar. The film started its shooting in April 2011 at Kozhikode.[2]



The film met with generally favourable reviews from the audience and critics alike.The film was a big chance for Kunchako Boban,Nivin Pauly,Asif Ali and other youth stars to work with veteran director Joshiy.The film become a success at the box office and it had a run of 50 days in main releasing centres.


The film score and soundtrack of Sevenes were composed by Bijibal. The soundtrack, consists of three tracks, including one Theme music track, with lyrics penned by Rafeeq Ahamed and Santhosh Varma.

Track listing
# Song Artist(s) Composer Lyricist
1 "Kaalamonnu Kaalaal" Arun Elat, Jayaram, Renjith, Sreenath Bijibal Santhosh Varma
2 "Meghathoppil" Karthik Bijibal Rafeeq Ahamed, Santhosh Varma
3 "Ore Kinaamalarodum" Balram, Anuradha Sreeram Bijibal Rafeeq Ahamed, Santhosh Varma
4 "Theme Song [Instrumental]" Instrumental Bijibal Rafeeq Ahamed, Santhosh Varma


  1. ^ All in the game The Hindu
  2. ^ "'Sevens' to start this April". Galatta. Indiaglitz Movies. Retrieved 27 July 2011. 

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