Iniyenkilum Trailer

Iniyenkilum Trailer (1983)

20 August 1983 Drama, Action

Extraordinary and long-drawn out melodrama contrasting conditions in Kerala with those in Japan. A group of performers from Kerala are invited to Japan, but they are left stranded when their criminal host disappears. With the assistance of Nambiar (Nair), a benevolent Tokyo-based Malayali, they learn about the Japanese economy, initiating - on their return - a series of reformist movements that end up with the revolutionary overthrow of corrupt leadership.

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Cast

Mohanlal

as Ravi

Seema

as Geetha

Ratheesh

as Asokan

Mammootty

as Divakaran

Lalu Alex

as Alex

Raveendran

as Pradeep

T. G. Ravi

as Madhavan

Balan K Nair

as M. K. Nambyar

Captain Raju

as Prasad

Sreenivasan

as Sreeni

Sankaradi

as Narasimha Pai Govinda Pai

Janardhanan

as Kariyachan

C I Paul

as Police Officer

Crew

I.V.Sasi

Director

International Releases Dates

India 20 August 1983

Production Companies

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