Mohabbath (2011 film)

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Film poster
Directed byEast Coast Vijayan
Written bySiddique Shameer
Based onKalippavakal
by Siddique Shameer
Produced byEast Coast Vijayan
StarringMeera Jasmine
CinematographyJibu Jacob
Edited byP. C. Mohanan
Music byS. Balakrishnan
K. A. Latheef
East Coast Communications
Distributed byEast Coast Release
Real Entertainments
Release date
  • 28 April 2011 (2011-04-28)

Mohabbath is a 2011 Malayalam–language musical romance film directed and produced by East Coast Vijayan. It stars Meera Jasmine, Munna and Anand Michael in the lead roles. Written by Siddique Shameer based on his own novel Kalippavakal, the film features music by S. Balakrishnan, who makes his comeback through this film. Renowned singer Hariharan appears as himself in a song sequence while Roma does a cameo role.

The film concerns a love triangle between characters played by Meera Jasmine, Anand Michael and Munna. It reached theatres on 28 April.


Anwar is a final year medical student in Bangalore and Sajna studies in a local professional college. They are cousins and their marriage had been fixed in childhood. Sajna's college-mate Ameer falls in love with her. Sajna tries to explain her situation about being engaged and even insults him for being poor but in vain. The film takes unexpected turn in between. Sajna's family becomes poor and Ameer has a windfall. Sajna's wedding is cancelled and Ameer comes in as saviour and revives his proposal through proper channels. The film has an unexpected climax with Anwar returns to their lives.



The pooja of the film held at East Coast Studio, Thiruvananthapuram, on 12 November 2010.[1] The songs recording completed on 22 November 2010.[2] The shooting of the film began at Vazhakala, Ernakulam, on 10 December 2010. Singer K. G. Jayan did the camera switch on ceremony.[3] The production completed in February 2011.[4]


Music: S. Balakrishnan, K. A. Latheef; Lyrics: Vayalar Sarath Chandra Varma

  1. "Atharu Peyyana" — Hariharan & Manjari
  2. "Ente Padachavane" — Shankar Mahadevan & Afsal
  3. "Thennalin Kaikal" — Hariharan & Manjari
  4. "Chantham Thikanjoru" — Jyotsna
  5. "Kanakalipiyil" — Unni Menon
  6. "Thayimani Mulle" — Sujatha
  7. "Atharu Peyyana" — Manjari & M. G. Sreekumar
  8. "Chantham Thikanjoru" — Afsal
  9. "Atharu Peyyana" (Remix) — Hariharan & Manjari


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