|Produced by||Geethanjalai Nandakumar|
|Music by||Raghu Kumar (songs)|
S. P. Venkitesh (score)
|Edited by||K. Narayanan|
|Distributed by||Surya Cine Arts|
Chandrasenan, popularly known as "Senan" and his younger brother Vishnu run a parallel government in Kozhikode city. There, Anjana, a young and charming lady reporter from Mumbai is coming to find her father Vishwanatha Menon, the Central Industries Minister. He is an innocent soul, but his adopted son Devan had been involved in many illegal activities.
While Devan approach Senan for helping him to finish Anjana, it leads to a heated argument between Vishnu and Senan. Vishnu falls deeply in love with Anjana when knowing about her story. Mohan Thambi, an illegal businessman is planning to contest against Vishwanatha Menon in the coming by-election. Devan and Mohan Thamby bribe Chekkootty, the right-hand of Senan and Chekkootty, stabbing Senan by ambushing him from behind, killing him. Vishnu is now planning to avenge against Devan and Mohan Thamby, who were planning to kill Vishwanatha Menon.
- Suresh Gopi as Vishnu
- Madhu as Vishwanatha Menon, Central Industries Minister
- Narendra Prasad as Senan (Chandrasenan)
- Khushboo as Anjana
- Ganesh Kumar as Devan, Menon's adopted son
- Devan as Mohan Thampi
- Maniyanpilla Raju as Palappuram
- Kunjandi as Ramettan, Labour party leader
- KR Vijaya as Prabhadevi
- Bahadoor as Madhavettan
- Rekha as Jayanthi
- Sathaar as Chekkutty
- Janardhanan as Commissioner Saankaranarayanan
- Subair as CI Jayapal
- Thalapathy Dinesh as SI Nagesh
- Abu Salim
- C. I. Paul as Chief Minister
- Biyon as Senan's childhood
- Beena Antony as SI Nagesh's wife
- Sandhya as Cicily, Palappuram's wife
- Divya as Manisha
- Pavithran as Balan Vallikkavu, youth leader
- Vijayan Peringode as Mayan
- "Yaadhavam". www.malayalachalachithram.com. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
- "Yaadhavam". malayalasangeetham.info. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
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