A lost cellphone connects two men from the two extremes of the society and affects their life beyond which they could have imagined.

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Sameer Thahir

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Jai Krishna (additional screenplay writer), Unni R. | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Fahadh Faasil ... Arjun
Vineeth Sreenivasan ... Ansari
Ramya Nambeeshan ... Sonia
Roma Asrani ... Ann (as Roma)
Nivetha Thomas ... Nafisa (as Niveda Thomas)
Jinu Joseph ... John (as Jinu Jose)
Sunil Sukhada ... Martin
Dinesh Panicker ... Samuel
Jaya Murali Jaya Murali ... Arjun's Mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Salam Bukhari ... Film Director
Rajasekhar V. Das Rajasekhar V. Das ... Beard Man in Tea-shop
Molly Kannamaly ... Public Toilet In-charge
Shohaib Khan Shohaib Khan ... Hit-man
Anil Radhakrishnan Menon ... Investor (as Anil Menon)
Valsan Njarakkal Valsan Njarakkal ... Tea-shop Owner

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A lost cellphone connects two men from the two extremes of the society and affects their life beyond which they could have imagined.

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The film was shot entirely with Canon 5D and 7D DSLR cameras See more »

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Chappa Kurishu - A commendable effort.
25 August 2011 | by praveenriyer92See all my reviews

Well, it hurts to say that I saw this movie in an almost empty theater. This movie could be included in the category of those which are trying to make a so called 'new wave' in Malayalam cinema. But I should say it went a little overboard. This movie may not please the average malayali cine buff. He may find it a little too raw and stylish.

The main characters Arjun and Ansari are played well by Fahad Fazil and Vineeth Sreenivasan respectively. Ample backup is given by Remya Nambeesan. The music by Rex Vijayan is passable. The highlight of the film is the impressive camera work and the fight sequence.

This movie is surely a deviation from the normal clichéd Malayalam movies but there was scope for much more from the story. Such movies may not be groundbreaking or trend setting but it sure does pave the way for future ones. Hats off to the director Sameer Thahir for bravely handling a sensitive storyline like Chappa Kurishu.


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28 July 2011 (Kuwait) See more »

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