Angadi (transl. Market) is a 1980 Indian Malayalam-language action drama film directed by I. V. Sasi and written by T. Damodaran, starring Jayan, Seema and Sukumaran. The film broke the collection record of Thacholi ambu and emerged as the highest grossing Malayalam movie of all time.
|Directed by||I. V. Sasi|
|Produced by||P. V. Gangadharan|
|Written by||T. Damodaran|
C. E. Babu
|Edited by||K. Narayanan|
|Distributed by||Kalpaka Films Release|
- Jayan as Babu
- Sukumaran as Gopi
- Seema as Sindhu
- Jose as Haneefa
- Sankaradi as Adv Karunakaran
- Raghavan as SI Ravi
- Prathapachandran as Setu
- Ambika as Ayisha
- Balan K Nair as Beeran
- Bhaskara Kurup as Police constable Hamsa
- KPAC Sunny as Vishvanathan
- Kunchan as Krishnankutty
- Kunjandi as Mammadikka
- Kuthiravattam Pappu as Abu
- Kuttyedathi Vilasini as Khadeeja
- Nanditha Bose as Neelam
- Ravikumar as Biju
- Santha Devi as Amina
- Suchitra as Rani
- Surekha as Karthi
- Vasu Pradeep as Babu's father
- Nellikode Bhaskaran as Anto
- Anuradha as dancer
- Silk Smitha as Sainaba
- Master Suresh as Haneefa's brother
|1||"Allaane Umma" (Bit)||K. J. Yesudas||Bichu Thirumala|
|2||"Kannippalunke Ponninkinaave"||P. Susheela, Chorus||Bichu Thirumala|
|3||"Kannum Kannum Thammil"||K. J. Yesudas, S. Janaki||Bichu Thirumala|
|4||"Life Is Just Like"||S. Janaki, Jomon||Bichu Thirumala|
|5||"Onavillin Thaalavum"||Vani Jairam||Bichu Thirumala|
|6||"Paavaada Venam Melaada Venam"||K. J. Yesudas||Bichu Thirumala|
Angadi performed well at the box office. It was also noted for Jayan's acting. His dialogue "We are not beggars ..." became a catchphrase.
The songs from the film also made it big for their melodious renditions. With the music composed by Shayam, the film's duet, "Kannum Kannum Thammil Thammil", sung by K. J. Yesudas and S. Janaki and "Paavada Venam", sung by K. J Yesudas were instant hits. The lyrics by Bichu Thirumala was also very memorable.
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