Pappan Priyappetta Pappan
Pappan Priyappetta Pappan (lit. Pappan Dear Pappan) is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language film directed by Sathyan Anthikad and written by Siddique–Lal. It stars Rahman, Thilakan, Lissy, Bahadoor, Unni Mary, Rajan P. Dev and Sankaradi; Mohanlal appears in a guest role. This is the debut film of Siddique-Lal duo and Harisree Ashokan.
|Pappan Priyappetta Pappan|
|Directed by||Sathyan Anthikad|
|Produced by||G. S. Harindran|
|Music by||Alleppey Ranganath|
|Edited by||M. N. Appu|
|Distributed by||Dinny Films|
A singer Pappan (Rahman) is killed in a bike accident, by rival singer Umesh(Jose); but Yamaraj the Lord of Death (Thilakan) realizes that Pappan had a few more days to live. Yamarajan allows Pappan to enter into bodies of other dead people. He first enters the body of a rich old man (Bahadur), then onto a Robinhood thief's body (nedumudi) and finally onto CI (police)Devdas' body (Mohanlal) in a bid to tell his girlfriend Sarina (Lizy) that Pappan is dead, and to look forward to someone else in life.
- Rahman as Pappan aka Padmakumar
- Ameenul infan as rival singer Umesh
- Lissy as Sarina
- Bahadur as Valyamangalathu Padmanabhan
- Nedumudi Venu as Kayikkara Kochappu
- Thilakan as Yamarajan
- Unnimary as Shantha
- Alummoodan as Chitragupthan
- Rajan P. Dev as Puli Sankaran
- Innocent as Constable Kuttan
- Sankaradi as Singapore Antappan
- Jose Prakash as Chandra Menon
- N. F. Varghese as Prabhakaran
- Kunchan as Kunjan Pillai M.L.A
- Harisree Ashokan as relative of Valyamangalathu Padmanabhan
- Mala Aravindan
- Meena as Ammini
- Mohanlal as C.I. Devdas (Cameo appearance)
The music was composed by Alleppey Ranganath and lyrics were written by R. K. Damodaran and Sathyan Anthikad.
|1||"Allithaamara"||P. Jayachandran||R. K. Damodaran|
|2||"Kaalanillakkaalathoru Thalla"||Balagopalan Thampi||R. K. Damodaran|
|3||"Puthan Manavaatti"||Chorus, Jency Anthony, Sindhu||R. K. Damodaran|
|4||"Shaarike Ennomalppainkilee"||P. Jayachandran||Sathyan Anthikad|
Distributed by Dinny Films, Pappan Priyappetta Pappan was released on 3 January 1986.