Perumazhakkalam Trailer

Perumazhakkalam Trailer (2004)

"When it rains hard..." 12 November 2004 Drama

The movie deals with the repercussions of the murder of Reghu Rama Iyer (Vineeth) in Saudi Arabia. Under the Shariath Law, Akbar (Dileep) is found guilty and is condemned to be beheaded for the crime committed. The judgment is revoked only if the deceased ones wife, Ganga (Kavya Madhavan), forgives the murderer, Akbar. Razia (Meera Jasmin), Akbar's wife, is caught in this agonizing situation.

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Cast

Meera Jasmine

as Raziya

Dileep

as Akbar

Biju Menon

as John Kuruvila

Vineeth

as Raghu Rama Iyer

Mamukkoya

as Abdu

Sadiq

as Najeeb

Salim Kumar

as Aamu Elappa

Kalasala Babu

as Krishna Iyer

Mala Aravindan

as Kunjikkannan

Crew

Kamal

Director

International Releases Dates

India 12 November 2004

Production Companies

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