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Directed byKamal
Written byRaghunath Paleri
Produced byP. Nandakumar
StarringBiju Menon
Samyuktha Varma
CinematographyP. Sukumar
Edited byK. Rajagopal
Music byVidyasagar
Jyothi Films
Distributed bySagariga Release
Release date
22 September 2000

Madhuranombarakattu (transl. Sweet-melancholic wind) is a 2000 Indian Malayalam-language drama film directed by Kamal and written by Raghunath Paleri, starring Biju Menon and Samyuktha Varma. The music was composed by Vidyasagar. The film won the Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Film.[1]


Vishnu is a govt school teacher who is travelling with his children Unni and Maya after getting a transfer from his hometown. The bus meets with an accident and Unni dies at spot. Vishnu's wife Priyamvada is jailed after committing a murder. She was forced to kill a person when she finds him molesting Vishnu's sister, Sreekutty.

Vishnu hides the death news of Unni from Priya.Vishnu further tells the villagers that his wife is admitted in the hospital following the accident. In the new place, Vishnu along with his friend Shekharan, Headmaster and others catches Kaatumaakan who with his friends use to steal hens, kill them and make the school untidy and hands him to the police. In the jail, Kaatumakan comes to know about Priyamvada, who is Vishnu's wife and plans for a revenge.

After some days, Priyamvada gets released from the jail. She comes to know about the death of Unni, but gradually copes up with the situation. They together hopes for a better life. But Kaatumakan comes back and starts torturing the villagers. On a high windy day, Maya leaves with the neighbours in a horsecart. Priya wanders in search of Maya and gets noticed by Kaatumakan. He tries to hurt Priya, but the high wind makes the school building to collapse and it falls on Kaatumakan, killing him. Vishnu finds frightened Priya in the corner of the school and hugs her. Vishnu, along with other villagers share the happy news of the death of Kaatumaakan.




The film's soundtrack contains 6 songs, all composed by Vidyasagar and Lyrics by Yusuf Ali Kecheri.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Dhwadasiyil" K. J. Yesudas, Sujatha Mohan
2 "Munthirichelulla" Biju Narayanan, Sujatha Mohan
3 "Kadha Paranjurangiya" K. S. Chitra
4 "Kadha Paranjurangiya" K. J. Yesudas
5 "Prabhathathile" K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chitra
6 "Sruthiyamma" K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chitra
7 "Sruthiyamma" K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chitra, Raveendran Master


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