Uppum Mulakum

Uppum Mulakum
Uppum Mulakum.jpg
Uppum Mulakum Poster
Genre Sitcom
Written by Suresh Babu
Sreerag R.Nambiar
Shihab Karunagapally
Vadakkumthala Sreekumar
Jiyo Baby
Directed by R.Unnikrishnan
Starring Biju Sopanam
Nisha Saranghi
S. P. Sreekumar
Ekta
Rishi. S. Kumar
Juhi Rustagi
Alen Iype
Al Sabith
Shivani Menon
Varsha Abhay
Chinnu Kuruvila
Suresh Babu
Opening theme Uppum Mulakum
Original language(s) Malayalam
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 301 as of 9 March 2017
Production
Editor(s) Sateesh Kumar B
Harikrishnan P.
Camera setup S.J Sinu
Anoop Kattakada
Running time 20-25 mins
Release
Original network Flowers (TV channel)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 14 December 2015 (2015-12-14) – present
External links
Website

Uppum Mulakum is an Indian sitcom directed by R. Unnikrishnan. The show premiered on 14 December 2015[citation needed], and is aired from evenings at 8:00 pm and 11:30pm on Flowers (TV channel)[citation needed][1] The show is directed by R. Unnikrishnan, written by Suresh Babu and Sreerag R.Nambiar. The series depicts events in the life of Balachandran, his wife Neelima, and their four kids. The series features Biju Sopanam, Nisha Sarangh,Rishi S Kumar, Juhi Rustagi, Alen Iype, Shivani, Al Sabith, Sreekumar, Suresh Babu and Chinnu Kuruvila.[2]

Contents

Plot summaryEdit

The sitcom drama revolves around the family of Balachandran aka Balu, his wife Neelima aka Neelu, their five kids Vishnu aka Mudiyan, Lakshmi aka Lachu, Narandran aka Naran, Keshavan aka Keshu, Shivani aka Shiva and Neelima's Brother Sreekuttan. They are occasionally visited by Balu's sister Susmitha, his brother Surendran, his cousin Rama, Neelima's Parents, her cousin Makhi and their neighbours Bhasi, Shukoor, and Nawas.

CastEdit

  • Biju Sopanam as Balachandran Thampi aka Balu
  • Nisha Sarangh as Neelima Balachandran aka Neelu
  • S. P. Sreekumar as Sreekuttan aka Kuttu Maman
  • Rishi S.Kumar as Vishnu Balachandran aka Mudiyan
  • Juhi Rustagi as Lakshmi Balachandran aka Lachu
  • Alen Iype as as Narandran Balachandran aka Naran
  • Al Sabith as Keshav Balachandran aka Keshu
  • Shivani Menon as Shivani Balachandran aka Shiva
  • Varsha Abhay as Rema
  • Suresh Babu as Bhasi
  • Rajendran N as Padavalam Kuttan Pillai
  • Chinnu Kuruvila as Mahima aka Mahi aka Makhi
  • Muraleedharan Pangodu as Shakarannan aka Chankarannan
  • Binoj Kulathoor as Surendran Thampi
  • Surya Noufal as Shukoor aka Akri Shukoor
  • Nawas as Nawas
Guest appearance

AwardsEdit

Flowers TV awards 2017
  1. Most popular serial
  2. Best Actor - Biju

ReferencesEdit