Angene Oru Avadhikkalathu
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Angane Oru Avadhikkalathu (transl. Likewise in a holiday season) is a 1999 Indian Malayalam-language drama film directed by Mohan and written by Sreenivasan from a story by Nedumudi Venu. It stars Sreenivasan, Samyuktha Varma and Mukesh. The music was composed by Johnson. The film won two Kerala State Film Awards—Best Music Director and Best Female Singer.
|Angene Oru Avadhikkalathu|
|Produced by||Rajan Alath|
|Story by||Nedumudi Venu|
K. R. Bose
Balakrishnan is a history teacher working in an elementary school in a hillside village. Nirmala has been newly recruited in the temporary post of a music teacher in the same school. Balakrishnan eventually falls in love with her but his timid nature doesn't allow him to express his feelings. So in order to get close to her, he decides to accompany her to her native village. On the way, he meets his friend Babu whom he hadn't met for a long period of time who then takes them to the hotel Nirmala faints in the hotel and Bala helps in getting a doctor.
After she recovers she urges him to drop her at the bus stand. On seeing her upset Bala agrees. Then enters Teena, who says that she has been harassed by her father's close friend Papachan to sleep with a rich friend of his. Petrified she approaches Bala for help. Hearing her painful story, the pair asks teena to accompany them, which she agrees.
However, on the way, they are attacked by goons and Teena ends up being injured and Bala is accused of attacking Teena. Even Nirmala gives statement against Bala in order to save herself which deeply saddens Bala. As a result, Bala is sent to jail. After his return from jail, he meets Nandakumar in the bus and tells him the entire story. The two soon becomes great friends and Nanda arranges him a good job.
Nanda is to be engaged to Nirmala which Bala is not aware .Series of events cause Nirmala to meet Bala again .Bala questions Nirmala why she had given the wrong statement .To which she claims that Papachan had brain washed her to do so.The misunderstanding between the couple is cleared. However, Nanda comes to know about the relationship between the couple. Nanda asks Nirmala whether she has any feelings remaining for Bala to which she replies with tears stating yes.As a result, Nanda leaves the couple to reconcile and leaves from there.
- Sreenivasan as Balakrishnan
- Samyuktha Varma as Nirmala
- Mukesh as Nandakumar
- Saikumar as Babu
- Innocent as Kaimal
- Nedumudi Venu as Delhi Pappachan
- Cochin Hanifa as Jose Panachikadan
- K. P. A. C. Lalitha as Kunji
- Unnikrishnan Namboothiri as Parameswara Warrier
- Ottapalam Pappan as peon
- Valsala Menon as Balakrishnan's grandmother
- Paravoor Ramachandran
|1.||"Pular Veyilum"||M. G. Sreekumar, K. S. Chithra|
|2.||"Raavil Meghapakshi Paadunnu"||Sujatha|
- "Mohan". Malayalam Movie Database. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
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