Meenakshi Kalyanam Trailer

Meenakshi Kalyanam Trailer (1998)

25 December 1998 Comedy

Meenakshi Kalyanam is a 1998 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jose Thomas and produced by Davi Rafel and Prince Rafel. The film stars Mukesh, Mohini, Sukumari and Jagathy Sreekumar in lead roles. The film had musical score by Nadirsha.

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Cast

Mukesh

as Erali Balan

Mohini

as Meenakshi

Sukumari

as Janaki

Kalabhavan Mani

as Pushkaran

Kalabhavan Navas

as Unnikrishnan

Oduvil Unnikrishnan

as Adv Eashwara Pilla

Salim Kumar

as Adv. Sivan Mullassery

Baiju

as Wilson

Augustine

as S.I. Puli Chacko

V. K. Sreeraman

as Madhavan Thampi

International Releases Dates

India 25 December 1998

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