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The story of how a un-educated man Rajamanikyam, abandoned as a child, unites his step-father with the latter's children who are greedy for his wealth and possessions.

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Rajamanikyam (Bellari Raja)
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Rajaselvam
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Raju
Ranjith ...
Simon Nadar
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Malli
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'Quintal' Varkey
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Rani Rathnam
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Rajarathnam Pillai
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Ramesh
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Dasappan
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Varghese
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Vikraman
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Advocate
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College Principal
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Santhosh Jogi ...
Goonda
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Adv. Lal Cherian
Kiran Raj ...
Goonda
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Goonda
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Santhosh Jogi's friend
Kadhal Thandapani ...
Perumal (as Dhandapani)

Directed by

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Anwar Rasheed

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T.A. Shahid ... ()

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Siraj ... producer

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Alex Paul

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Sanjeev Shankar

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Ranjan Abraham

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Anoop Thilakh ... dialogue editor

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Zameer Hussain ... senior compositor
Ramesh Karthikeyan ... senior compositor
Thirumurugan Krishnan ... senior compositor
Theajodharan ... visual effects artist: Land Marvel

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Plot Summary

Set in a village near the Tamil Nadu-Kerala border, Bellary Raja is a successful cattle dealer. Bellary Raja or Rajamanikyam who is blind in one eye after an unfortunate incident has a fixation with sunglasses. Bellary Raja was disowned by his mother while he was young boy so that she could marry the wealthy man Raja Rathnam Pillai. Years later, Raja Rathnam's two grown up children fight tooth and nail for their father's wealth. Bellary Raja returns and takes it upon himself to bring some sense and unite his siblings who see him as their common enemy. Written by redhorizon

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Also Known As
  • Rajamanikyam (India)
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  • 126 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Highest grossing Malayalam movie at that time. Broken the record of Mohanlal's Narasimham. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Premam (2015). See more »
Quotes Rajamanikyam: He is a leopard
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