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Watch For more Malayalam Movie Songs : https://goo.gl/vSeHhk Aniyathipraavu Directed by FazilProduced by Swargachitra AppachanWritten by FazilStarring Kunchacko BobanShaliniThilakanHarisree AsokanSudheeshSrividyaJanardananCochin HanifaK.P.A.C. LalithaShajinMusic by OuseppachanS. Ramesan Nair (lyrics)Cinematography AnandakuttanEdited by K. R. GaurishankarT. R. ShekharDistributed by SwargachitraRelease date24 March 1997Country IndiaLanguage MalayalamAniyathipraavu (English: Younger Sister Dove) is a 1997 Malayalam musical-romance film directed by Fazil and produced by Swargachitra Appachan. It stars Kunchacko Boban and Shalini in the lead roles. The film tells the story of Sudhish Kumar (Kunchacko Boban) and Mini (Shalini) who fall in love despite being from two different religious communities. The film explores love, relationships and the various aspects to them. The music was composed by Ouseppachan with the lyrics by S. Ramesan Nair.Aniyathipravu was one of the biggest hits in the history of Malayalam cinema. Fazil remade it into the Tamil film Kadhalukku Mariyadhai (1997) and Priyadarshan adapted the story for his Hindi film Doli Saja Ke Rakhna (1998). It was remade in 2007 in Kannada as Preethigagi.Malayalam cinema is the Indian film industry based in the southern state of Kerala, dedicated to the production of motion pictures in the Malayalam language. It is also known by the sobriquet Mollywood in various print and online media (a portmanteau of Malayalam and Hollywood). It is the fourth largest film industry in India. The films produced here are known for their cinematography and story-driven realistic plots. Works such as Marana Simhasanam and Vanaprastham were screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.[5][6] Marana Simhasanam garnered the coveted Caméra dOr (Golden Camera) for that year.In 1982, Elippathayam won the Sutherland Trophy at the London Film Festival, and Most Original Imaginative Film of 1982 by the British Film Institute. Rajiv Anchals Guru (1997) and Salim Ahameds Adaminte Makan Abu (2011) were Malayalam films sent by India as its official entries for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the Academy Awards. Adoor Gopalakrishnan has won the International Film Critics Prize (FIPRESCI) for his works such as Mukhamukham (1984), Anantaram (1987), Mathilukal (1989), Vidheyan (1993), Kathapurushan (1995), and Nizhalkkuthu (2002).2018 Majid Malayalam Movie Songs Sharjah UAE.




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