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Sufi Paranja Katha (2010)

Our tale begins towards the end of the 19th century, when the British ruled Malabar, after the invasion of Tippu Sultan. The story explores the myth of the land, the history of its people, ... See full summary »

Director:

Priyanandanan

Writer:

K.P. Ramanunni
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Credited cast:
Prakash Bare ... Mamootty
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sharbani Mukherji ... Karthi - Suhra
Antony Thekkek ... Shanku Menon (as Thampi Antony)
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Our tale begins towards the end of the 19th century, when the British ruled Malabar, after the invasion of Tippu Sultan. The story explores the myth of the land, the history of its people, the love and passion of the protagonists and the mystical spirituality of tolerance. The plot revolves around the love and marriage of Karthi, the Hindu heiress of a wealthy Nair Tharavaadu, with Maamootty, a wandering Muslim trader in coconuts and spices. On another plane, the film is about the transformation of Karthi to a Biwi, a local Goddess worshipped by the Hindus and the Muslims alike. Written by Anonymous

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India

Language:

Malayalam

Release Date:

19 February 2010 (India) See more »

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Silicon Media See more »
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Mysticism combined with great acting and filmed in beautiful Kerala
26 January 2014 | by saltelespreeSee all my reviews

This movie has combined the mysticism surrounding Sufis along with mystic connection between uncle and niece who is a born into a special star according to Veda astrology. The "right and wrong of these people" are different from that of ordinary people. The uncle let the destiny take its own stride and did not stop the niece run away with her love who is a guy from Ponnani area where the Arab settlement to Malabar region happened. The movie shows how their love and life have been torn apart by the bad elements in society who use religion for their domination of the community. Thampy Antony has played his role excellently. Prakash Bare has done his part well and was able to adapt to the Malayalam accent of the ponnani region. Sharbani Mukherjee played her part well. The back ground music that is played in many parts of the movie is beautiful and soothing.


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