Vishnulokam (transl.Realm of Vishnu) is a 1991 Indian Malayalam-language romantic drama film directed by Kamal, written by T. A. Razzaq, and produced by Sanal Kumar and G. Suresh Kumar. The film stars Mohanlal, Shanthi Krishna, Urvashi, and Murali. The songs featured in the film was composed by Raveendran, while Johnson provided the background score.[1][2][3]

Directed byKamal
Produced bySanal Kumar
G. Suresh Kumar
Written byT. A. Razzaq
Shanthi Krishna
Music byRaveendran
Johnson (Score)
CinematographySaloo George
Edited byK. Rajagopal
Distributed byShirdi Sai Release
Release date
  • 11 April 1991 (1991-04-11)


Tharakan, Bheemrajan, Kumari Kasthuri and Govindan Aashaan reached a village as part of their street circus. Their main performer Sankunni reached there only later. Sankunni saw Savithrikutty.

Prathapa Varma has an eye on Savithrikutty. Sankunni asks Savithrikutty not to surrender before Prathapa Varma. He asked Savithri to come along with him. But Savithri did not agree with this.

Prathapa Varma's people beat Govindan Aashaan and others. So they decided to go to some other place. Sankunni saw Savithri Kutty and asked her to come along with him to some other place.

Prathapa Varma's people beat Sankunni and kidnapped Savithrikutty. Sankunni reached Prathapa Varma's house and tried to kill Prathapa Varma. At last he took Savithri Kutty along with him.



Vishnulokam was the debut film of Lal Jose and Dileep who worked as assistant directors. Initially, producer G. Suresh Kumar's wife and actress Menaka was decided in the role of Savithri and had 20 days work charted, but she opted out due to difficulty in managing her baby daughter (Revathy) and work at the same time. Later, Shanthi Krishna was cast in the role.[4]


The music was composed by Raveendran and the lyrics were written by Kaithapram Damodaran. A version of the famous Mukesh song "Awaara Hoon", composed by Shankar Jaikishan and written by Hasrat Jaipuri was also used in the film. This version was crooned by actor Mohanlal.

All lyrics are written by Kaithapram Damodaran, except where noted; all music is composed by Raveendran.

1."Aadyavasanthame" M. G. Sreekumar 
2."Aadyavasanthame" K. S. Chithra 
3."Awaaraa Hoon"Hasrat JaipuriMohanlal 
4."Kasthoori Ente Kasthoori" M. G. Sreekumar, Sujatha Mohan 
5."Mindaathathenthe" M. G. Sreekumar 
6."Paanappuzha" Malaysia Vasudevan 


  1. ^ "Vishnulokam". Retrieved 14 October 2014.
  2. ^ "Vishnulokam". Retrieved 14 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Vishnulokam". Retrieved 14 October 2014.
  4. ^ Menon, Madhu K. (28 January 2011). "സിനിമ എങ്ങനെ ഞാന്‍ മറക്കും" (in Malayalam). Mathrubhumi. Retrieved 8 December 2019.

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