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Kammath & Kammath Synopsis
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'Kammath & Kammath' plots the story of Kammath family which migrated to Kochi from Goa during the Portuguese invasion.
During the times of financial troubles, Rajaraja Kammath and Devaraja Kammath came forward to rescue their family. They started a wayside eatery named Kammath & Kammath and the dosa from the shop made them so popular.
With growing popularity they started hotels and have now become the owners of one of the fastest growing hotel chain which has branches in various parts of the state.
They have to face certain unexpected issues in relation to the opening of their new hotel. The efforts made by the Kammath brothers to overcome these hurdles weave the rest of the plot.
Presented as a complete entertainer, 'Kammath & Kammath' is scripted by Udaykrishna-Siby K Thomas team.
Mammootty and Dileep play the Kammath Brothers and Dhanush dons a film star who comes to inaugurate the new hotel. Rima Kallingal and Karthika are the heroines. Rima does the role of Palaghat Municipal Secretary Mahalakshmi and Karthika is her twin sister, Rekha.
Directed by Thomson, the film also stars Janardhanan, Baburaj, Suraj, Kalabhavan Shajon, Abu Salim, and Sukumari. M Jayachandran tunes music for the lyrics of Santhosh Varma. Anil Nair is the cinematographer.
Anto Joseph produces the movie under the banner of Anto Joseph Film Company.
Kammath & Kammath Pictures
John Paul Vaathil Thurakkunnu
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