No. 1 Snehatheeram Banglore North Trailer

No. 1 Snehatheeram Banglore North Trailer (1995)

01 September 1995 Comedy, Romance

Vijay Bhaskar (Mammootty), a well-off builder who lived separated from his wife & who tried to keep his kids Sudhi & Anu away from her, gets into a predicament when a stranger, Hema (Priya Raman), forcibly dons the role of the kids' mother, while they were in Bangalore for a short stay. The kids who had always been on the search for their mom, assumes Hema to be her & doesn't let go, forcing Vijay to play along. Vijay enters into a pact with Hema to continue the act till their stay was over.

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as Vijayabhaskar


as School principal


as Vijayabhaskars's father


as Kuriakkos

Kaviyoor Ponnamma

as Vijayabhaskar's mother


as Metlda


International Releases Dates

India 01 September 1995

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