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Directed bySibi Malayil
Written byM Sindhuraj
Screenplay byM Sindhuraj
Produced bySajeev, Swaminathan,Gopakumar,Jayan,Shyam
StarringKunchacko Boban, Navya Nair
CinematographyVenugopal Madathil
Edited byL. Bhoominathan
Music byAlphons Joseph
Release date
3 December 2004

Jalolsavam is a 2004 Malayalam-language Indian feature film, directed by Sibi Malayil, and starring Kunchacko Boban and Navya Nair.[1][2][3][4][5]


The film, set in the backdrop of watery Kuttanad, starts with the annual boat race there. Alakkal Govindan (Nedumudi Venu) captains the boat that has won the race twice already. His dream now is to secure a hatrick of wins in the race. His son Chandran (Kunchakko Boban) is a pharmaceutical salesman (and part time local news reader) who falls in love with Geeta (Navya Nair) an industrious girl in the village. After being orphaned when her parents were drowned in a boating accident, she was taken in by Pappi Amma (Vijayakumari). Ponnappan (Jagathy), her wastrel of a son, is a local politician and activist. He tries to get Geeta married to a Dubai returned Jose (Riaz Khan). Chandrans father, Alakkal Govindan pledges all his properties for the final race but loses. He dies downcast and his debts and duties fall on the innocent Chandran. Now, Chandran has to ensure that his father's name is not besmirched and ensure that Geetha does not end up marrying the villainous Jose.



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  2. ^ "Jalolsavam [2004]". en.msidb.org. Retrieved 20 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Jalolsavam (2004) | Jalolsavam Malayalam Movie | Movie Reviews, Showtimes".
  4. ^ "Malayalam Cinema News | Malayalam Movie Reviews | Malayalam Movie Trailers - IndiaGlitz Malayalam".
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