3 Dots is a 2013 Malayalam comedy film directed by Sugeeth.[1] Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon and Prathap K. Pothan in lead roles with , Narain and Krishna Kumar in supporting roles. Janani Iyer plays the female lead.[2] Anjana Menon play supporting role.3 Dots is being produced by Satish B Satish and Sugeeth under the banner of Ordinary Films.[3]

3 Dots
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Directed bySugeeth
Produced bySatish B Satish & Sugeeth
Written byRajesh Raghavan
StarringKunchacko Boban
Biju Menon
Prathap K. Pothan
Krishna Kumar
Janani Iyer
Anjana Menon
Music byVidyasagar
Background Score:
Anil Johnson
CinematographyFaizal Ali
Edited byV Sajan
Ordinary Films
Release date
  • 22 March 2013 (2013-03-22)


Vishnu (Kunchacko Boban), Pappan (Prathap Pothen) and Louis (Biju Menon) are three ex-convicts who live together at Pappan's abode, trying to pick up from where they had let their lives off before being jailed. After many unsuccessful efforts to find employment, they appeal to Dr. Isaac (Narain), who was a counsellor in the prison. He suggests that they consider some form of self-employment and he will support them. Vishnu converts Pappan's Omni into an ambulance. Pappan runs a playschool and Louis works for a driving school run by a neighbour, Grace (Anjana Menon), a widow. But Dr. Isaac has some other intentions in supporting them and this forms the crux of the story.



3 Dots
Soundtrack album by
Released2 March 2013 (2013-03-02)
RecordedVarsha Vallaki Studios
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelSatyam Audios
Vidyasagar chronology
3 Dots
S. No. Song Length Singer(s) Lyricist(s) Picturization
1 "Enthinenthu" 04:31 Madhu Balakrishnan, Karthik & Tippu V. R. Santhosh
2 "Kannil Kannil" 04:15 Karthik, Madhu Balakrishnan & Sujatha V. R. Santhosh
3 "Kunnirangi" 04:36 Nivas Rajeev Nair
4 "Why is the Moon So Bright" (Mele Mayum) 04:52 Karthik, Madhu Balakrishnan, S.P.B. & Tippu Rajeev Nair
5 "Othupidichal" 02:18 Franko Rajeev Nair


  1. ^ "Sugeeth with '3 Dots'". nowrunning.com. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Janani Iyer in 'Three Dots'". Sify. Archived from the original on 30 October 2012. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
  3. ^ "On Location: 3 Dots — Connecting the dots". The Hindu. Retrieved 24 January 2013.

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