Sarvakalasala (1987)

Director
Venu Nagavalli

Main cast
Mohanlal; Jagathy Sreekumar; Sukumaran; Seema; Adoor Bhasi

Genres
Drama

Description
It tells the story of a college student Lal played by Mohanlal, who takes on 3 Masters degree in college and continues as a student in the college as he was an orphan. He lives in a home nearby college made from the money of his unknown father. From time of his memory he lives in an orphanage, now he is in college and he do not want to leave the college. The story revolves around the college and various events happening in the college.


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