Ekalavyan Malayalam Movie

Feature Film | 1993 | Action, Crime, Thriller

Ekalavyan is a 1993 Indian movie directed by Shaji Kailas starring Suresh Gopi, Geetha, Siddique and K. B. Ganesh Kumar. The feature film is produced by Grahalakshmi Productions and the music composed by Rajamani.

Swami Amoorthananda (Narendra Prasad), a holy godman with strong international connections also runs a powerful narcotic... Show more

Swami Amoorthananda (Narendra Prasad), a holy godman with strong international connections also runs a powerful narcotic drug mafia in the state. He also has several connections with in political circles. A good orator, Swami also draws a large number of devotees from abroad and many are slowly turned into addicts. A series of murders at Kovalam beach invites sharp criticism towards govt and chief minister (Madhu) decides to bring a new head to the state narcotics wing. Madhavan IPS (Suresh Gopi), thus arrives in Kerala from New Delhi, and is assisted by Sharath Chandran,(Siddique), a smart CI of Kearala police. Madhavan's aggressive way of investigation leads him to the ashram or Swami Amoorthananda, which creates a panic in the state. Swami decides to eliminate Madhavan and also plans to topple the CM by appointing his left arm, Velayudhan (Rajan P. Dev) as the new CM. Mahesh Nair (Devan) arrives in Kerala upon the order of Swami. He kills Sarath Chandran, which forces Madhavan to react violently. Madhavan raids ashram and topples the plot of Swami to create a series of bomb blasts in the state. Madhavan in the climax kills Swami and Mahesh Nair, thus saving the state from a serious of blasts and communal riots.

Cast & Crew Details:
Suresh Gopi
K. B. Ganesh Kumar
Jagathy Sreekumar
Maniyanpilla Raju
Renji Panicker
Suma Jayaram
Rajan P. Dev
Kuthiravattam Pappu

Director: Shaji Kailas
Producer: Grahalakshmi Productions
Production Company: Kalpaka Release
Music Director: Rajamani
Cinematographer: Ravi K. Chandran
Editor: L. Bhoominathan
Original Story Writer: Renji Panicker
Action Choregrapher: Pazhaniraj