ATM (2015 film)

ATM, also known as Any Time Money, is a 2015 Malayalam comedy film written by Arun Nandhan and Thamizharasan and directed by Jespal Shanmugham, starring Bhagath Manuel in the lead role and marking the return to film of Bollywood superstar Jackie Shroff.[1] The film was released on 4 December 2015.[2][3]

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ATM film poster
Directed byJespal Shanmughan
Written by
  • Arun Nandhan
  • Thamizharasan
Produced by
  • Cimmi George
  • Chettisseril
  • Basheer Hassan
CinematographyFazil Nazar
Music byAntony John
CBMG Film Company
Release date
  • 4 December 2015 (2015-12-04)
Running time
121 minutes


Antho, Thumba, Chetty, and Bombay live in a slum area. They make a living by resorting to petty thefts and crimes. Most of their deeds end up in trouble. Antho has a lover, Chetty is a bike kidnapper, Thumba is a drug seller, and Bombay considers himself to be a gangster who frequently boasts about being a gang leader in the city of Mumbai in the past. Sadhi played by Jackie Shroff, is a North Indian underworld don who ropes in, these four to rob a bank. The rest of the film narrates build-up to the bank robbery and subsequent events associated with it.



The Music Was Composed By Antony John and Released by Millennium Audio Video Vision.

Soundtrack album by
Antony John
Released2 Oct 2015
LabelMillennium Audio Video Vision
ProducerAntony John
Track list
1."Kavalam"Joby KavalamJassie Gift, Arun Alat4:16
2."Nilave"Joby KavalamAntony John, Swetha Mohan4:29
Total length:8:45


Mollywood Times praised the film, writing "Another bank robbery story is here in Mollywood to make viewers thrilled. ATM, like its predecessors, keeps the pace and suspense required for a bank theft movie throughout the running time. The movie follows usual formulas of a heist flick and incorporating some essential Mollywood elements along with that. Directed by Jespal Shanmughan, ATM revolves around a mastermind character that plans to loot a bank".[4]


  1. ^ "Jackie Shroff in ATM". Sify. Retrieved 14 February 2016.
  2. ^ "ATM overview". Filmibeat. Retrieved 14 February 2016.
  3. ^ James, Anu (3 December 2015). "Malayalam Friday releases: My God, Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal and ATM". International Business Times. Retrieved 14 February 2016.
  4. ^ "ATM; a lovable bank robbery. But a huge boxoffice flop". Mollywood Times. 4 December 2015. Archived from the original on 6 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.

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