Amina Tailors

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Amina Tailors
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Directed by Sajan
Written byMani Shornur
Screenplay byMani Shornur
Produced byRamakrishnan
Starring Innocent
CinematographyVasanth Kumar
Edited byHariharaputhran
Music by Raghu Kumar
Shyney Films
Distributed byShyney Films
Release date
  • 1991 (1991)
Country India

Amina Tailors is a 1991 Indian Malayalam-language film, directed by Sajan and produced by Ramakrishnan. The film stars Ashokan, Rizabawa, Parvathy Jayaram and Rajan P. Dev in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Raghu Kumar. [1] [2] [3]



The movie is about a tailor who falls love in with a beautiful girl, to which her father, an evil butcher objects to. The movie depicts the value of literacy and shows the ill effects of illiteracy existed in Northern Kerala in the early 1990s.



The music was composed by Raghu Kumar and the lyrics were written by Kaithapram.

No.SongSingersLyricsLength (m:ss)
1"Aadimanaadam" Unni Menon Kaithapram
2"Aey Haseen (Madhuvo) M. G. Sreekumar Kaithapram
3"Madamkonda Thaarunyame" K. S. Chithra Kaithapram
4"Medappularipparavakale"M. G. SreekumarKaithapram
5"Neelathaamara"K. S. Chithra, Unni Menon Kaithapram
6"Swargathe Sulthan" (F)K. S. Chithra, ChorusKaithapram
7"Swargathe Sulthan" (M)M. G. SreekumarKaithapram

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