Thommanum Makkalum

Thommanum Makkalum (English: Thomman and Sons) is a 2005 Indian Malayalam-language action comedy film directed by Shafi, written by Benny P. Nayarambalam, and produced by Lal under his production house Lal Creations. The film stars Mammootty, Lal, and Rajan P. Dev in the main roles. It tells the story of Thomman (Rajan P. Dev) and his two adopted sons Shivan (Mammootty) and Sathyan (Lal).

Thommanum Makkalum
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Directed byShafi
Produced byLal
Written byBenny P Nayarambalam
Rajan P. Dev
Salim Kumar
Kalasala Babu
Music byAlex Paul
CinematographySanjeev Sankar
Edited byHarihara Puthran
Distributed byLal Release
Release date
18 March 2005
Running time
130 minutes

Shafi remade the film in Tamil cinema as Majaa (2005).[1] and in Kannada as Kaamannana Makkalu with Sudeep.


The movie revolves around Thomman, who is a thief, and his two adopted sons, Shivan and Sathyan. The story begins when they decide to mend their ways and lead a hardworking life. They own a lorry now and want to find work. Their lorry breaks down near Udumalpet. There the twists start. Sathyan steals the food from Panicker's house. Actually the rice is mixed with poison by Panicker due to oppression from the village head Thevar because Panicker's son cheats him and his daughter and go with Thevar's Money. Thomman eats the food and is hospitalized. After returning from hospital Thomman and sons come to Panickers house to know the truth. Now there is also Thomman and his sons with Panicker to help them and they defeat Thevar gang and take Thevar's Aid Rajakkannu or Rajappan as their Adima, meaning Slave. Later Thevar's daughter Poonkavanam falls in love with Shivan. Thevar arranges Shivan's marriage with his daughter. There Kaaliyappan who Poonkavanam's maternal uncle comes to stop the marriage. His plan succeeds. At the marriage night Sathyan becomes a thief who robs the groom's Ornaments. Then Shivan and Sathyan Separates due to this incident. Actually Kaliyappan was its master brain. He tries to kill Sathyan and tell everyone that he escaped with the money. He killed Panicker's son by this way. But now Kaliyappan fails. Shivan comes and helps Sathyan. They go to Thevar’s house and reveals to him the truth about Panicker’s son and all misdeeds of Kaliyappan. After all goes well, there is a bad news for Shivan and Sathyan by Rajakkannu that Thomman, due to his son’s separation, attempts to suicide from a big mountain. His sons come there and Thomman tell that they would fight and Defeat him then only he stops his suicide attempt. At Last The Comical Climax Takes Place. Shivan and Sathyan beats Thomman and Thomman says -Ningalu thommanne makkalu thanne.



The film's soundtrack contains 7 songs, all composed by Alex Paul and Lyrics by Kaithapram.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aadya Raathri" K. J. Yesudas
2 "Karppaka Malare" Afsal, Madhu Balakrishnan, Pradeep Palluruthy, Savitha Krishnamoorthy, Vipin
3 "Nerinazhaku" P. Jayachandran, Mano
4 "Nerinazhaku [D]" Biju Narayanan, Manjari
5 "Punyavan" Pradeep Palluruthy
6 "Vattolakkuda" K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chitra
7 "Vattolakkuda (F)" K. S. Chitra

Box officeEdit

The film was commercial success[2][3][4] and completed 100 days in theatres.[5][6][7][8][9][10]


Following its success in Malayalam, the movie was later remade in Tamil as Majaa, starring Vikram and Asin Thottumkal. It is also remade in Kannada as Kaamannana Makkalu with Sudeep.

Year Film Language Cast Director
2005 Majaa Tamil Vikram, Asin Shafi
2006 Kaamannana Makkalu Kannada Sudeep


  1. ^ Now Running
  2. ^ "Boom year for mollywood". The Hindu. 30 December 2005.
  3. ^ John, Nevin (15 March 2006). "Picture isn't perfect in Mollywood". Business Standard.
  4. ^ "All set for the new season". The Hindu. 4 November 2005.
  5. ^ "First Look: Vikram's next". 28 June 2005.
  6. ^ "I want to play lead roles". The Hindu. 22 July 2005.
  7. ^ "Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon Come Together Again for 'Bhayya Bhayya'". International Business Times. 20 June 2014.
  8. ^ "Actress Laya denies accident rumour, says she' fine". onmanorama. 23 September 2015.
  9. ^ "Vikram grabs 'Thommanum Makkalum'!". Sify. April 2005.
  10. ^ "Setting a record of sorts". The Hindu. 21 November 2005.

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