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Poster for the movie "Varathan"

Varathan

Varathan (English: The Outsider) is an upcoming Indian Malayalam-language horror thriller film directed by Amal Neerad and co-produced by Nazriya Nazim. The film stars Fahadh Faasil and Aishwarya Lekshmi.

Poster for the movie "Theevandi"

Theevandi

Theevandi is a political satire depicted through light humor where the protagonist Bineesh hardly knows a thing even about himself.

Poster for the movie "Ranam : Detroit Crossing"

Ranam : Detroit Crossing

The story of the Indian immigrant community in Detroit, where a garage mechanic gets unwillingly involved in the criminal world as a getaway driver.

Poster for the movie "Padayottam"

Padayottam

The shenanigans of a good-hearted goon and his chums as they try to earn some quick money in the world of local crime in Kerala.

Poster for the movie "Oru Kuttanadan Blog"

Oru Kuttanadan Blog

The movie is said to be a light-hearted comedy which revolves around a rural village in Kuttanad, and the people who live there.

Poster for the movie "Mangalyam Thanthunanena"

Mangalyam Thanthunanena

A newly-wed couple who find themselves in a tight spot after husband loses his job in Dubai. Will he manage to get his act together and deal with the crisis on his own?

Poster for the movie "Wonder Boys"

Wonder Boys

Not rated yet! Wonder Boys 20182 h 24 min Click an icon to see more Overview Metadata Director Sreekanth S. Nair Runtime 2 h 24 min Release Date 5 October 2018 Details Movie Media —...

Poster for the movie "Mandharam"

Mandharam

Mandharam begins with the all too familiar trope – the schoolboy who spends his days dreaming about his childhood sweetheart and classmate, who, at the end of school, lets him know that she has a ‘muracherukkan’.

Poster for the movie "Kayamkulam Kochunni"

Kayamkulam Kochunni

The life of Kayamkulam Kochunni, a famed highwayman who robbed from the rich and gave to the poor during the British Raj in the early 19th century Central Travancore.