Addeham Enna Iddeham

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Addeham Enna Iddeham
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Directed by Viji Thampi
Written by J. Pallassery
Produced by Siyad Koker
Starring Jagadish
CinematographyVipin Mohan
Edited by Sreekar Prasad
Music by Johnson
Release date
  • 1993 (1993)

Addeham Enna Iddeham is a 1993 Malayalam-language comedy-drama film directed by Viji Thampi, starring Jagadish, Siddique, Maathu, and Raghuvaran in major roles. [1] [2]



Benny (Siddique), a gangster, is released from prison after five years. He witnesses Joji Pereira (Jagadish) robbing a Tamil-speaking employee (Jagathy Sreekumar) of his money. After a long chase, Benny and Perera crash a stolen auto-rickshaw and Benny gets severely injured. He is taken to an old woman named Margaret (Sukumari) by Pereira. Perera reveals that he robbed the bank employee to afford a surgery for his mentally disturbed sister so that she could lead a normal life. She had lost her sanity after witnessing the death of her fiance in an accident where he was run over by a heavy vehicle. Meanwhile, Pereira is framed for various crimes by a gang led by another man also named Pereira (Raghuvaran), who is part of the Bombay underworld. This confuses the police and the bank employee. The police beat up many innocent people on suspicion of being Pereira. The gangster visits the police station disguised as a policeman. Later, the real policeman Vishwanath (Rizabawa arrives from Mumbai which leads to the climax of the movie



All lyrics are written by Kaithapram; all music is composed by Johnson

1."Aathmaanuthaapathin Manivilakke" Chorus, K. G. Markose  
2."Priye Priye Vasanthamay" K. J. Yesudas, Minmini  

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