Pakida Malayalam Movie

Feature Film

Pakida is a 2014 Indian movie directed by Sunil Karayattukara starring Asif Ali, Biju Menon, Shine Tom Chacko and Malavika Nair. The feature film is produced by Sagar Shereef and Kartha Seagulf and the music composed by Bijibal.


Release Info:
February 14 2014 (India)  
Language: Malayalam
Director: Sunil Karayattukara

SYNOPSIS:
Five friends – Aadi (Asif Ali), Rafeeq (Vishnu Raghav), C P (Aju Varghese), Pauly (Sajid), and Balu (Annjo) are graduate... Show more

Five friends – Aadi (Asif Ali), Rafeeq (Vishnu Raghav), C P (Aju Varghese), Pauly (Sajid), and Balu (Annjo) are graduates in automobile engineering and are so close to each other.


Aadi has a love affair which adds more color to his life. At a special circumstance Aadi acquaints a middle aged man George Koshy Anthrapper (Biju Menon). He walks with the help of a walking stick.


Once Aadi has to accompany Anthrapper on a journey to Rameswaram via, Kumily, Kambam, Theni, and Madhura. In the course of this journey they come across Sunny (Shine Tom Chacko) and a Tamil girl Kani (Malavika). Their presence makes a sudden twist in the story line. This forms the plot of ‘Pakida’ directed by Sunil Karyattukkara.


‘Pakida’ is produced by Sagar Sherrif and Kartha Sea Gulf under the banners of Sagar Cinema Enterprises and Sagar and Sea Gulf Productions. Sreejith and Rajesh Rajendran together pen the script. Bijibal tunes music for the lyrics by Rafeeq Ahmed and Nellai Jayanth. Zakeer Haq is the cameraman.



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Cast & Crew Details:
Asif Ali
Biju Menon
Shine Tom Chacko
Malavika Nair
Aju Varghese
Vishnu Raghav
Anjo Jose
Sajid Yahiya
Apoorva Bose
Renji Panicker
Ambika Mohan

Director: Sunil Karayattukara
Producers: Sagar Shereef, Kartha Seagulf
Music Director: Bijibal
Song Lyrics Writer: Rafeeq Ahammed
Art Designer: Jyothish Shankar
Original Story Writers: Sreejith N, Rajesh Rajendran


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