Film DVD cover
|Directed by||Ashok R. Nath|
|Produced by||V. R. Das|
|Written by||Anil Mukhathala|
|Music by||V. Dakshinamoorthy|
Kaithapram Vishwanathan Nambudiri (BGM)
|Edited by||Vipin Manoor|
|Distributed by||Jofrey Release|
Sukumari plays a key role of an aged lady named Kuniyamma and Mohanlal in a guest role, as Kuniyamma's son. Kuniyamma's son,Syed Ahmed, an idealistic teacher. But due to misfortune he was accused to be jehad bomber, and was sentenced to death on charges of being an extremist. This incident ruined her life, and her life was never the same again. The news of her son’s hanging shattered Nabisa and she loses her mental balance. And then, she begins a search for her son, not ready to face the reality that her son is dead. Movie depicted the present kerala society in a secular way.
|Sukumari||Kooniyamma / Nabisa|
|Nedumudi Venu||Lebba Sahib|
|Mala Aravindan||Kadarukutty Musaliar|
|Manoj K. Jayan||Aditya Varma|
|Satheesh Menon||Marampalli Tirumeni|
|Dinesh Panicker||Devaswom Manager|
|Kochu Preman||Vasudeva Valyathaan|
|1||Amme Neeyoru||K. J. Yesudas|
|2||Chethiyum chemparathi||K.S Chithra|
|3||Manjutharasree||Aparna Rajeev||Ananda Bhairavi|
|4||Thazhampoo Thottilil||S. Janaki|
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