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Subject: Bhumika Chawla, Mohanlal filmography, Blessy, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy, Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist, List of Malayalam films of 2009
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Directed by Blessy
Produced by Raju Malliath
A. R. Zulfikar
Written by Blessy
Starring Mohanlal
Bhumika Chawla
Suresh Menon
Murali Gopy
Lakshmi Gopalaswamy
Music by Mohan Sithara
Cinematography Ajayan Vincent
Editing by Vijay Shanker
Studio YavonnE Entertainment Company
Distributed by Maxlaab Entertainments
Release date(s)
Running time 150 minutes
Country India
Language Malayalam

Bhramaram is a 2009 Malayalam thriller film of road-movie genre, written and directed by Blessy, starring Mohanlal, Suresh Menon, Murali Gopy and Bhumika Chawla.


Unni (Suresh Menon) is a share broker in Coimbatore and leads a comfortable life with his wife Latha (Lakshmi Gopalaswamy) and daughter Lakshmi/Lechu (Baby Niveditha). Into the cosiness of such a living intrudes a stranger (Mohanlal) who introduces himself as Jose. Cashing in on Unni's forgetfulness, Jose goads him into believing that he is Unni's 7th grade classmate. However, a sense of insecurity pervades, with the unwelcome guest – alcoholic and somewhat eccentric – pitching for an extended stay. Unni's misgivings about the 'mystery man' and his ulterior motives proves true, when his confidant and classmate, Dr Alex Varghese (Murali Gopy), on consultation, reaffirms his doubts that they had no schoolmate in the name of Jose. Soon, they discover to their horror that the stranger is that man whose arrival they have been dreading for a long time now, Sivankutty. It is eventually revealed that Unni and Alex ruined Sivankutty's life by framing the latter for a murder which they had committed. The duo realises that it is payback time and that they're at the receiving end. Death is looming over their head.



Soundtrack album by Mohan Sithara
Released 2009
Genre Soundtrack
Length 19:04
Label Manorama Music
Producer Raju Malliath and A. R. Zulfikar
Mohan Sithara chronology

Dalamarmarangal Bhramaram Malayaali

The soundtrack features two songs composed by Mohan Sithara, with lyrics by Anil Panachooran.

Track Song Title Singer(s) Duration
1 Kuzhaloothum Poomthennale G. Venugopal, Sujatha Mohan 4:26
2 Annarakanna Va Vijay Yesudas, Poornasree, Krishna, Vishnu, Dr. Unnikrishnan 5:06
3 Kuzhaloothum Poomthennale G. Venugopal 4:26
4 Annarakanna Va Mohanlal, Vishnu, Dr. Unnikrishnan 5:06


The film got mostly positive reviews. The film was widely appreciated for Mohanlal's performance. Many directors had commented on the style of making and maintaining suspense. The film got overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics.


Kerala State Film Awards

Filmfare Awards

  • Filmfare Special Jury AwardMohanlal

Asianet Film Awards

  • Best Actor – Mohanlal
  • Best Child Artist – Baby Niveditha
  • Best Cinematographer – Ajayan Vincent
  • Best Editing – Vijay Sankar

Annual Malayalam Movie Awards (Dubai)

Amrita Mathrubhumi Film Awards

  • Best Cinematographer – Ajayan Vincent

State Film Critics Awards

Vanitha Film Awards

  • Most Popular Actor – Mohanlal
  • Best Cinematographer – Ajayan Vincent

Kairali TV – World Malayali Council Film Awards

Federation of Film Societies

  • Special Jury Award (Director) – Blessy

Jaihind TV Film Awards

Jaycee Award

South Cine Awards[2]

Surya Film Awards

  • Best Cinematographer – Ajayan Vincent
  • Best Child Artist – Baby Niveditha

The Sathyan Memorial Film Awards[3]

See also

  • Malayalam films of 2009


External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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