|Directed by||T. V. Chandran|
|Written by||T. V. Chandran|
|Produced by||Revathi Chandran|
V. P. Abeesh
|Cinematography||K. G. Jayan|
|Music by||Isaac Thomas Kottukapally|
Bhoomi Malayalam depicts the plight of seven different women, each of whom represent different periods of time. Starting from the early 1980s, the film moves down to the present era.
The movie recounts an incident that took place in Thillenkeri in Kannur district in 1948 April 15. The Communist party was struggling against the rule of Jawaharlal Nehru at that period. In Thillenkeri, comrade Ananthan Master (Suresh Gopi) was the leader of the Communist party.
He was shot dead while he was leading a demonstration against feudals. His wife Meenakshi was pregnant at that time and later gave birth to a baby girl Janaki Amma. Janaki Amma's son is Narayanan Kutty (Suresh Gopi). From the first generation Ananthan to third generation Narayanan Kutty, the film attempts to capture the fear that has been pervading the life of women living in different periods of time, at different places.
- Suresh Gopi as Ananthan, Narayanan Kutty
- Nedumudi Venu
- Arun as Rahul
- Samvrutha Sunil as Nirmala
- Padmapriya as Fousia
- Priyanka Nair as Annie
- Lakshmi Sharma
- Manikandan Pattambi
- Kripa as Sathi