Johnnie Walker (film)

Johnnie Walker (1992) is a Malayalam film directed by Jayaraj and written by Ranjith. Mammootty appeared in the lead along with a set of youngsters. The story centres around a middle aged man who joins the same college that his younger brother studies at.

Johnnie Walker
Directed byJayaraj
Produced byAkshaya
Written byRanjith
Jeet Upendra
Kamal Gaur
Robin Verghese
Music byS. P. Venkatesh
CinematographyS. Kumar
Release date
  • 8 October 1992 (1992-10-08)


The film gets its title from Mammootty's character, Johnny Varghese fondly known as Johnnie Walker because of his preference of the alcohol of the same name, the movie was named after an alcohol brand Johnnie Walker. He has a brother Bobby Varghese who studies in Bangalore for a degree in Economics. A visit from his brother and friends changes Johnnie's mind and he joins college despite his age. From there he clashes with Swamy who rules the college with his drug gang. Because of his love towards his brother Bobby, Johnny joins his college as a student and they start living together. Soon he becomes the hero of the college as well as rival to Saamy and his gang. Bobby falls in love with his classmate Chandini, who was a depressed girl, as she was an adopted child to her parents. Chandini was addicted to drugs by Saamy and was hospitalised. Johnny suffers from eyesight problems and realizes that he will soon lose his sight completely. Because of this, he wants to see Bobby's marriage and pleads to Chandini's parents for the same. At last they agree after hearing his story. On the night of the marriage, Bobby is killed by Saamy and his gang. When Johnny comes to know about his brother's death, he rushes towards Saamy and Didi, the leader of the gang and kills them. In the end, Johnny loses his sight completely, meets with an accident and dies.



All lyrics are written by Gireesh Puthenchery; all music is composed by S. P. Venkatesh.

1."Poo Mariyil"K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chithra 
2."Shanthamee Ratriyil"K. J. Yesudas 
3."Minnum Palunkukal"K. J. Yesudas 
4."Chanchakkam Thenniyum"K. J. Yesudas 
5."Chemmana Poomacham"S. Janaki 


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