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Directed by Sundar Das
Written by T. A. Razzaq
Starring Harishree Ashokan, Jyothirmayi
Edited by Bijith Bala
Music byMohan Sithara
Release date
  • 14 June 2007 (2007-06-14)
Running time
110 minutes

Aakasham is a 2007 Malayalam-language film directed by Sundar Das and starring Harishree Ashokan. [1] [2] [3]



Manoharan is hardworking mechanic leading a happy life with his wife, kids, mother and brother in law. His greatest dream is to own a house for himself. But his life turns for the worst when the sketch of a person accused in a bomb blast shows a strange resemblance to him. Though everyone is sure that Manoharan is innocent, he himself develops a wild fear, and he absconds from his home.


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