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Anjali Menon's "Manjadikuru" on this may

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After the gathering top notch awards of International film festivals, Anjali Menon directed malayalam movie "Manjadikuru" is heading its way to the theatres in Kerala. Little Films India Banner, Vinod Menon and Anjali Menon are the producers of this malayalam film.

                                       "Manjadikuru" discover the life of a child Vicky in late 70's, when he was 10 year old and lands up in the grandparents home to attend grandfathers funeral ceremony. Later on this grown up guy return to this land for his memories and "Manjadikuru" travels
through his eyes. Prithviraj, Thilakan, Rahman, Urvashi, Kaviyoor Ponamma, Sagar Shiyaz, Bindu Panicker, Praveena and others include the cast of this film.

                                                   Kavalam Narayana Panicker's lyrics were composed by Ramesh Narayanan.  Cinematography is performed by Pietro Zuercher. French Composer Francois Gamaury settled the theme music, songs are sang by K.J.Yesudas, K.S.Chithra, Shweta Mohan, Vijay Yesudas. B. Lenin done the editing works. Little Films Release in tie up with August Cinema will distribute this malayalam film "Manjadikuru" to the theatres. "Manjadikuru" is scheduled for the release on this May 18.


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