Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam

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Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam
Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRanjith Sankar
Produced byJayasurya
Ranjith Sankar
Screenplay by
  • Ranjith Sankar
  • Abhayakumar
Story bySudheendran Avittathoor
Shivada Nair
Swathy Narayanan
Aju Varghese
Music by
CinematographyVinod Illampally
Edited byV.Saajan
Dreams N Beyond
Distributed byCentral Pictures Release
Release date
  • 20 November 2015 (2015-11-20)
Running time
134 minutes

Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam, sometimes stylized as Su.. Su... Sudhi Vathmeekam, is a 2015 Malayalam comedy-drama film directed, co-written and co-produced by Ranjith Sankar. The film stars Jayasurya in a lead role, who also co-produced the film under Dreams N Beyond. Vinod Illampally has done the cinematography and Bijibal has composed the score and soundtrack. The screenplay was written by Ranjith Sankar and Abhayakumar. The central character is inspired from a real-life person Sudheendran Avittathur. The film released on 20 November 2015 to positive reviews. Jayasurya won national and Kerala state special jury award for his performance.[1][2]


The movie expands with the theme of a person struggling with stammering. The person is Sudhi. The movie starts with Sudhi(Jayasurya) coming to the bank in which he serves as the branch manager to check the making of a movie which stars Mukesh and Greagon(Aju Varghese), Sudhi's old friend. The shooting of the movie is delayed and Sudhi gets tagged with Mukesh to reach his hometown. On the way Mukesh warms up to Sudhi and Sudhi tells Mukesh about his troubles in childhood and youth caused by stammering and how he overcame it. Sudhi reaches his hometown for a function in a school where he earlier worked. Mukesh alights and meets with the characters in Sudhi's story and learns Sudhi has married the speech therapist who at first caused troubles for him and later motivated him to live life without fear. Mukesh leaves happily for his next shooting and Sudhi rekindles with his hometown.



The film initial planning began in 2010, the director then announced this project was going to be his next one after his film Arjunan Saakshi. But, the film materialized after the director's fifth film Varsham, he announced it would star Jayasurya as the titular role, who had earlier worked with him in his film Punyalan Agarbattis in which he had co-produced. The film began shooting in the summer of 2015 and was released on 20 November 2015. The filming began in August 2015 in Bangalore. The crew shot in various locations including Erode, Coimbatore, Alathur and Palakkad. Ranjith Sankar wrote on his blog that this was a film he wanted to make for a long time. Jayasurya and Ranjith last teamed up for Punyalan Agarbattis.[3]

Box office[edit]

The film collected 1.55 crore (US$220,000) in three days of release and 3.36 crore (US$470,000) in seven days.[4] It earned 6.08 crore (US$850,000) within 18 days of initial release.


Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam
Soundtrack album by
GenreFilm soundtrack
LabelMuzik 247
ProducerRanjith Sankar, Jayasurya
Bijibal chronology
Salt Mango Tree
Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam
My God

The film's background score and songs are composed by Bijibal. Lyrics for the songs are written by Santhosh Varma. P Jayachandran, Swetha Mohan and Ganesh Sundaram are the principal singers. The music was released through the label Muzik 247.

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1 "Ente Janalarikil" P. Jayachandran 03:05
2 "Kayamboo" Swetha Mohan, Thripunithura Girija Varma 03:09
3 "Raavinte" Ganesh Sundaram 02:13


National Film Awards
Kerala State Film Awards


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  3. ^ "Jayasurya & Ranjith Sankar With 'Su Su Sudhi Valmeekam'". Filmibeat. 9 July 2015. Retrieved 1 September 2015.
  4. ^ Aswini (28 November 2015). "Box Office Report - Sudhi and Rajamma both locking horns". Retrieved 30 November 2015.
  5. ^ Sidhardhan, Sanjith (4 May 2016). "Jayasurya receives his National Award". The Times of India. Retrieved 15 August 2020.

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