Asuravithu (2012 film)

Asuravithu is a 2012 Indian Malayalam-language action film written and directed by A. K. Sajan, starring Asif Ali and Samvrutha Sunil in the lead roles.[1] The film is a sequel to 2002 Indian Malayalam-language action gangster-thriller drama film Stop Violence starring Prithviraj Sukumaran in the leading role. The film opened to mixed reviews and was a box-office flop.[2] This was the debut film of actor Mammootty's nephew Maqbool Salmaan. This Movie Was Dubbed In Hindi As Duniya Meri Mutthi Mein.

Asuravithu
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byA. K. Sajan
Written byA. K. Sajan
Produced byShaji Thanaparambil
StarringAsif Ali
Vijayaraghavan
Samvrutha Sunil
Lena Kumar
Aparna Nair
Seema G. Nair
Suddique
Baburaj
Anil Murali
I.M. Vijayan
Harisree Ashokan
Maqbool Salmaan
Vishnu Unnikrishnan
Ganapathi S Poduval
CinematographyVishnu Narayan
Edited byRenjith Touchriver
Music byAlphons Joseph
Rajesh Mohan
Production
company
Leela Creations
Distributed byLeela Media Release
Release date
  • 6 January 2012 (2012-01-06)
(India)
Running time
142 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam
Budget35 million
Box office118 million

SynopsisEdit

Don Bosco (Asif Ali) is a soft-spoken and religious young man who is studying in a seminary. He takes upon himself the task of bringing to heel the (Pathaam Kalam) gang, who killed his father years ago. Don meets head on with the Cochin underworld kings, and rechristens himself as Don Daveed. Henceforth his operations start bearing the brand of the D Company. The movie also has acid's son in the plot. He accompanies Don in the D company. It is shown that Don Bosco (Asif Ali) is the son of Daveed a.k.a. Satan (Prithviraj Sukumaran).

CastEdit

MusicEdit

  1. "Aadyaanuraa" – Amal Antony, Sithara Krishnakumar
  2. "Aashaamarathin Mele" – Vijay Yesudas
  3. "I Have Got You" – Piyush Kapur
  4. "Kodumkaattaayee" – Benny Dayal

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "www.Mallucritic.com".
  2. ^ http://www.rediff.com/movies/review/south-review-asuravithu-is-a-bad-sequel/20120109.htm

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