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Directed byJayaraj
Written bySreenivasan
Screenplay bySreenivasan
Produced byG. P. Vijayakumar
Nedumudi Venu
KPAC Lalitha
CinematographyA. V. Thomas
Edited byL. Bhoominathan
Music byBombay Ravi
Seven Arts
Distributed bySeven Arts
Release date
  • 21 December 1990 (1990-12-21)

Vidhyarambham is a 1990 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jayaraj and produced by G. P. Vijayakumar. The film stars Sreenivasan, Gouthami, Nedumudi Venu, KPAC Lalitha and Murali in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Bombay Ravi.[1][2][3]


Madhavan Ezhuthachan (Nedumudi Venu) is painstakingly exerting like fury to open a school in his native as the children need not walk miles to an afar school. There are several interesting characters in the village. Koppath Bharghavan Nambiar (Sankaradi), a patriotic freedom fighter; Natarajan (Jagadish), a horse-cart driver; R. K. Nedungadi (Alummoodan), President of a Hindu Temple; Govindan Nair (Paravoor Bharathan), a running postman; Venkitesan (Mamukkoya), Ezhuthachan's loyal servant and K. K. Jacob, an aimless hunter. Ezhuthachan lives with (KPAC Lalitha) and Bhanumathi (Gouthami). He has a son, Prabhakaran (Murali) who lives distant from the family. After a long haul, Ezhuthachan's school gets the official permission for operation. He and his allies cleanse and renovate the building which was already built for the purpose but attended by Madhavi's (Philomina) tired buffalos. To celebrate the good news, Ezhuthachan and his allies host a small party within themselves. Amidst the jollity, Ezhuthachan dies from a stroke. Following his death, his son files for partition at the court thereby halting the school's operation. At that juncture, P. K. Sudhakaran (Sreenivasan) arrives at the village only to know that the school has halted its operation. He becomes desperate as he had spend a fair sum of money for the teacher's post. He does several things to regain his post or money and becomes the nidus for the story's progression. He gets angry when Prabhakaran assaults him.



The music was composed by Bombay Ravi and the lyrics were written by Kaithapram. The songs were released by Tharangini Records.

No. Song Singers Lyrics
1 "Paathiraakkombil" K. J. Yesudas Kaithapram
2 "Poovarambin" K. S. Chithra Kaithapram
3 "Uthraalikkaavile" K. J. Yesudas Kaithapram


  1. ^ "Vidyaarambham". MalayalaChalachithram. Retrieved 14 October 2014.
  2. ^ "Vidyaarambham". Retrieved 14 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Vidhyarambham". Retrieved 14 October 2014.

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