Cheppadividya Trailer

Cheppadividya Trailer (1993)

15 February 1993 Drama

Josekutty (Sudheesh), an orphan, slips into the world of crime after teaming up with petty thief Mayyanad Madhavan (Sreenivasan), but is arrested & jailed. After his release, in a heist gone wrong, he kills a security guard, for which Madhavan accepts the blame & goes to jail. Josekutty, who was trying in vain to get himself jailed, helps an old lady in distress, Rachael Mathew (Srividya), thereby becoming a member of her household & gets close to Rachael's adopted daughter Elsa (Monisha).

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Cast

Sudheesh

as Joseutty

Maathu

as Indulekha

Sreenivasan

as 'Mayanadu' Madhavan

Srividhya

as Ammachi

Kalpana

as Mary

Babu Nampoothiri

as Geevarghese Achan

Prem Kumar

as Thomachan

Siddique

as S.I. Ashokan Nambiar

Jagathy Sreekumar

as Achuvettan

International Releases Dates

India 15 February 1993

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