Udayananu Tharam (2005)

Director
Rosshan Andrrews

Main cast
Mohanlal; Meena; Sreenivasan; Mukesh; Jagathy Sreekumar

Genres
Comedy, Drama, Romance

Description
The financial and artistic crisis which plagued the once glittering Malayalam film industry at the turn of the 21st century lies at the center of the story. It depicts the struggles of Udayabhanu (Mohanlal), who is an assistant director and script writer and who aspires to make it big. But he is thwarted in his attempts by a scheming friend and junior artiste, Rajappan Thengamoodu (Sreenivasan), who steals his script to become superstar Saroj Kumar.


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