Oomappenninu Uriyadappayyan

Oomappenninu Uriyadappayyan is a 2002 Malayalam romantic drama film directed by Vinayan, starring Jayasurya and Kavya Madhavan. Madhavan won the Asianet Film Award for Best Female Actor for her role in the film. This film marked the debut performances of Jayasurya, Indrajith and Karthika.

Oomappenninu Uriyadappayyan
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Directed byVinayan
Produced byP. K. R. Pillai
Written byKaloor Dennis(Dialogue)
Screenplay byVinayan
Story byVinayan
StarringJayasurya
Kavya Madhavan
Indrajith
Sai Kumar
Rajan P. Dev
Music byMohan Sithara
CinematographyUthpal V. Nayanar
Edited byG. Murali
Production
company
Shirdi Sai Creations
Distributed byShirdi Sai Creations
Surya Cini Arts
Sivasakthi Releasae
Release date
  • 5 April 2002 (2002-04-05)
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam
Box office₹7.8 crore

The film was produced by P. K. R. Pillai under the banner of Shirdi Sai Creations and distributed by Shirdi Sai Creations, Surya Cini Arts and Sivasakthi.

PlotEdit

Bobby (Jayasurya) is an impoverished mute who earns a living by painting billboards for his boss (Cochin Haneefa). While painting, he falls in love with Gopika (Kavya Madhavan), a rich girl who cannot hear or speak and lives with her father (Sai Kumar) and interpreter (Kalpana). When she attends a show performed by Bobby and his friends, Gopika begins to fall in love with Bobby, once she learns that he is also a mute. But in order to win Gopika's admiration, Bobby pretends he can speak and puts on a show in front of Gopika's interpreter. Believing that Bobby can speak, Gopika finds her affection for him waning. She eventually learns the truth that Bobby cannot speak and falls in love with him. Unfortunately, Gopika is betrothed to Shyam (Indrajith), a rich young man, whom she hates. Since Gopika's family is against her relationship with Bobby, they elope.

Shyam's family sends Chellappa (Rajan P. Dev), a police officer, to kill Bobby and bring back Gopika. Meanwhile, Gopika and Bobby hide with a street performing group led by Moopan (Mala Aravindan), but are eventually found by Chellappa.

When Chellappa captures Bobby and Gopika, he brings them both back to a hut near a cliff edge, where he beats Bobby unconscious and tries to rape Gopika. When Gopika knocks Chellappa out, she finds Bobby lying on the floor covered in blood. Thinking he is dead, she decides to walk up to the cliff by the house and jump off. Gopika's family arrives and sees her climbing the cliff and shouts for her to stop. As Gopika is deaf she does not hear their shouting and continues climbing. Bobby wakes up and sees Gopika walking up to the cliff. He runs after her and tries to shout but she does not hear him. To get Gopika's attention, Bobby picks up a lime he finds on a nearby spike and throws it at her; she turns around and sees Bobby. Gopika runs toward Bobby and they embrace.

CastEdit

SongsEdit

Mohan Sithara wrote the music for the film's songs and the lyrics were written by Yusafali Kecheri and Vinayan. The music was distributed by Surya Cini Audios, Bluemoon Audios and Rafa International.

Song Singer(s)
"Swapnangal" M. G. Sreekumar
"Adharam Madhuram" Sudheep Kumar
"Enikkum Oru Navundengil" K. J. Yesudas, Sujatha Mohan
"Neela Nilave" K. J. Yesudas
"Maninte Mizhiyulla" M. G. Sreekumar
"Mullaykku Kalyanaprayam Aayennu" M. G. Sreekumar, Sujatha Mohan, Sudeep Kumar
"Neela Nilave" Sujatha Mohan
"Enikkum Oru Navundengil" K. J. Yesudas

Box officeEdit

The film was a commercial success, earning ₹7.8 crore, around US$1,124,760.[1]

RemakesEdit

Both Jayasurya and Kavya Madhavan reprised their roles in the Tamil remake En Mana Vaanil and Jayasurya also starred in the Kannada remake Sogasugara.[2][3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Raghuvinte Swantham Rasiya will release this Friday". Rediff.com. 19 May 2011.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2 January 2005. Retrieved 29 June 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/malayalam/movies/photo-features/jayasurya-lesser-known-facts/jayasurya-lesser-known-facts/photostory/48912350.cms

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