|Written by||Vyaasan Edavanakadu|
|Produced by|| Udaykrishna |
Siby K. Thomas
Dileep K. Kunnath
|Starring|| Dileep |
|Cinematography||R. D. Rajasekhar|
|Edited by||Shyam Sasidharan|
|Music by||Deepak Dev|
Four B Productions
|Distributed by||Popcorn Entertainments Australia|
Avatharam (transl. Incarnation) is a 2014 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Joshiy, written by Vyaasan Edavanakadu, and produced by Udaykrishna, Siby K. Thomas, Dileep K. Kunnath, and Vyaasan Edavanakadu. It stars Dileep, Lakshmi Menon, and Sijoy Varghese. The film was released on 1 August 2014.      
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This movie is all about the life of Madhavan Mahadevan, who is a social worker from Idukki. He comes to Kochi with sister-in-law and her daughter after the death of his brother Customs Officer Sudhakaran. He is in Cochin to know the mystery behind his brother's death. He visits LIC office claiming the insurance amount of his late brother. Manimekhala is authorised to deal with claims. From the LIC advisor, he realises that his brother's death is a well-planned murder.
He later decides to find the mystery behind the death. Meanwhile, he falls in love with Manimekhala. He discovers that CI Jeevan is involved in the murder. Since then, Madhavan has killed everyone who caused his brother's death. Just before the end of the story, he understands that his brother was murdered by Sri Rama Krishnamoorthy aka SRK, an influential politician with many criminal dealings. ACP Gowtham reaches and takes Moorthy into his custody. Soon receives a call informing him of a nearby protest. Madhavan kills Moorthy by creating a blast in ACP's car in which Moorthy was handcuffed. Karimban John is killed by his rival. After completing all his revenge, Madhavan takes his now pregnant wife, Manimegala back home.
The music of the film is composed by Deepak Dev with lyrics penned by Harinarayan. The music album has two songs:
|1||"Konji Konji"||Shankar Mahadevan, Rimi Tomy|
The film was released on 1 August 2014.
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