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Sudeendran (Suraj Venjaramoodu) belongs to a poor family. His father died and he has his mother and two sisters. Sudeendran runs a small courier service named Superfast Courier. Adding to the huge debts he already had, he lost even his house as a result of some financial transactions with his sister’s husband Prabhakaran. In his utter need for money, he becomes a scapegoat to the famous gynecologist and scientist Dr Roy Mathew who is in search of a man to try his experiment on. He has made the male ones of animals pregnant and has to do the experiment on a man. Sudeendran gets enough money, but contrary to his belief, the experiment turns successful and he becomes pregnant. What follows is plotted in ‘Garbhasreeman’. Kalabhavan Shajon plays Gopalakrishnan the friend of Sudeendran. New Face Gauri Krishna is Malavika, who is in love with Sudeendran. Siddique, Shaju, Kochupreman, Suresh Krishna, Saikumar, Shanavas, and Bindu Murali also include the cast. ‘Garbhasreeman’ is directed by cinematographer Anil Gopinath. The script is penned by Pavithran Naduvayal. Ouseppachen composes music for the lines of Vayalar Sarathchandra Varma. In the banner of J K Productions, ‘Garbhasreeman’ is produced by T S Jayakumar and K J Rajendran.
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