Fifteen-year-old Raman (Ashokan) lives alone with his older sister Bhagyam, their parents having died several years prior. The town bully Prabhakaran Pillai (Azeez) rapes Raman’s sister who later commits suicide. Raman kills Pillai in anger and escapes from murder charges by hiding from the police with the help of a teashop owner (Bharath Gopi) and a prostitute (K.P.A.C. Lalitha) until he faces Pillai’s children. (other spelling: Peruvaziambalan or Peruvazhiyampalam). —Wikipedia
P. Padmarajan (Malayalam: പി. പത്മരാജന്; 23 May 1945 – 24 January 1991) was an Indian author, screenwriter, and film director who contributed in Malayalam language. Padmarajan was the founder of a new school of film making in Malayalam, along with Bharathan, in the 1980s, which created films that were widely received while also being critically acclaimed. A train of directors, and screen writers followed this school onto the 1990s including Sibi Malayil, Lohithadas, and Sathyan Anthikkad.
Padmarajan was noted for his fine and detailed screenwriting and expressive direction style. Padmarajan made some of the landmark motion pictures in Malayalam cinema, including masterpieces like Oridathoru Phayalvaan (1981), Arappatta Kettiya Gramathil (1986), Kariyila Kattu Pole (1986), Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal (1986), Thoovanathumbikal (1987), Moonnam Pakkam (1988), and Njan Gandharvan (1991).
Born at Muthukulam near Haripad in Onattukara, Alleppey, he was the sixth son of… read more