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Manassinakkare (Beyond the Mind) is a 2003 Indian Malayalam
Malayalam
family drama film directed by Sathyan Anthikkad and written by Ranjan Pramod. It stars Sheela, Jayaram, Nayantara, Innocent, Oduvil Unnikrishnan, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Siddique, Sukumari, Nedumudi Venu, and Mammukoya. The film's score and soundtrack were composed by Ilayaraja.[1] The film marked he return of Sheela as actress and the film debut of Nayantara.

Contents

1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Soundtrack 5 Reception

5.1 Box office 5.2 Awards

6 References 7 External links

Plot[edit] Kochu Thresia (Sheela), is a rich widow living a retired life in a quaint but beautiful village filled with eclectic characters. Living with her are her eldest son and family. Her son and daughter-in-law are tired of Kochu Thresia's lovable eccentricities which they consider bad behavior for a woman of her age. Her children consider her a nuisance who creates unnecessary trouble for them in their busy lives. Though old, Kochu Thresia is still young at heart and knows how to enjoy life, getting into humorous predicaments which only incenses her grown-up kids. At this juncture, she meets the young, down-to-earth Reji (Jayaram) in whom she finds a sympathetic and understanding friend, and starts seeing him like a son. Reji eagerly fulfills all her wishes. From savouring the mouth-watering but forbidden beef to riding on the elephant, they enjoy all the moments spent together. Cast[edit]

Prem Nazir
Prem Nazir
as Mathukkutty (Uncredited) Sheela as Kochu Thresia Jayaram
Jayaram
as Reji Nayantara
Nayantara
as Gauri Innocent as Chacko Mappila KPAC Lalitha as Kunju Maria Siddique as Tony Oduvil Unnikrishnan as Sreedharan Sukumari
Sukumari
as Shanthamma Nedumudi Venu
Nedumudi Venu
as Kuriakose Sona Nair as Sherin Reshmi Nambiar as Molikutty Rajesh Hebbar as Joy Reena as Sherly Anitha Nair as Reetha Madhupal
Madhupal
as Benny Mammukoya as Kunji Khadir T. P. Madhavan Santhakumari Manikandan Pattambi Joju George Shivaji Ottapalam Pappan Vijayan Peringod as Kelu Police

Production[edit] Manassinakkare was Nayanthara's debut film. During pre-production, Sathyan cast every major character except the role of Gauri, who he sought a newcomer to keep Sheela as the major attraction in the cast. Filming was in Pattambi, Palakkad, major location was the house of Kochu Thresia. Since Gauri's scenes were not involved in the house, Sathyan started filming hoping he could find a cast before wrapping. During one of the filming days, he happened to read Vanitha
Vanitha
magazine, in which he was struck by Nayanthara's picture in a jewellery advertisement. She was contacted and cast as Gauri.[2] Soundtrack[edit]

Manassinakkare

Soundtrack album by Ilayaraja

Genre Film

Language Malayalam

The film features songs composed by Ilayaraja
Ilayaraja
and written by Gireesh Puthenchery.

Song Title Singer Lyrics

Chellathathe [D] K. S. Chithra, Biju Narayanan Gireesh Puthenchery

Chellathathe(F) K. S. Chithra Gireesh Puthenchery

Chendaykkoru kolundeda M. G. Sreekumar, P. Jayachandran Gireesh Puthenchery

Marakudayaal M. G. Sreekumar, Chorus Gireesh Puthenchery

Melleyonnu Paadi Ninne [D] Dr. K. J. Yesudas, Jyotsna Gireesh Puthenchery

Melleyonnu Paadi Ninne [M] Dr. K. J. Yesudas Gireesh Puthenchery

Thankathinkal Vaanil Vijay Yesudas, Asha G. Menon, Chorus Gireesh Puthenchery

Reception[edit] Box office[edit] The film became commercial success and ran more than 100 days in theatres.[3][4][5] Awards[edit]

Filmfare Awards South

Best Film - Subair Best Director - Sathyan Anthikkad Best Music Director - Dr. Ilaiyaraaja Best Actor - Jayaram

Asianet Film Awards

Best Director - Sathyan Anthikkad Best Male Playback Singer - M. G. Sreekumar Best Makeup Artist - Pandyan Best New Face of the Year (Female) - Nayanthara

References[edit]

^ " Manassinakkare Film Details". malayalachalachithram. Retrieved 18 August 2014.  ^ Anthikkad, Sathyan (19 August 2017). "നയൻതാരയിൽ വീണുപോയി". Mathrubhumi
Mathrubhumi
(in Malayalam). Archived from the original on 29 October 2017. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ "Meet Rajnikanth's new heroine!". Rediff.com. 1 December 2004.  ^ "Jayaram: Back with more comedy". Rediff.com. 21 March 2006.  ^ "Film reels start rolling". The Hindu. 7 July 2004. 

External links[edit]

Manassinakkare on IMDb

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Films directed by Sathyan Anthikad

Kurukkante Kalyanam (1982) Kinaram (1983) Appunni
Appunni
(1984) Adhyayam Onnu Muthal (1985) Pappan Priyappetta Pappan (1986) T. P. Balagopalan M. A.
T. P. Balagopalan M. A.
(1986) Gandhinagar 2nd Street (1986) Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam (1986) Nadodikkattu
Nadodikkattu
(1987) Pattanapravesham
Pattanapravesham
(1988) Ponmuttayidunna Tharavu
Ponmuttayidunna Tharavu
(1988) Varavelpu
Varavelpu
(1989) Mazhavilkavadi (1989) Artham (1989) Sasneham
Sasneham
(1990) Sandhesam
Sandhesam
(1991) Samooham
Samooham
(1993) Pingami (1994) No. 1 Snehatheeram Banglore North (1995) Thooval Kottaram
Thooval Kottaram
(1996) Irattakuttikalude Achan (1997) Oral Mathram (1997) Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal (1999) Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal
Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal
(2000) Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka (2001) Manassinakkare (2003) Achuvinte Amma (2005) Rasathanthram (2006) Vinodayathra
Vinodayathra
(2007) Innathe Chintha Vishayam (2008) Bhagyadevatha
Bhagyadevatha
(2009) Kadha Thudarunnu (2010) Snehaveedu
Snehaveedu
(2011) Oru Indian Pranayakatha
Oru Indian Pranayakatha
(2013) Ennum Eppozhum
Ennum Eppozhum
(2015) Jomonte Suv

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