Daivathinte Makan

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Daivathinte Makan
Directed by Vinayan
Written by J. Pallassery
V. C. Ashok
Produced by Vindhyan
Starring Jayaram
Prema
Pooja Batra
Jagathy Sreekumar
Kalabhavan Mani
Cinematography Saloo George
Edited byG. Murali
Music by Vidyasagar
Rajamani (Score)
Distributed bySwargachithra
Release date
  • 5 May 2000 (2000-05-05)
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam

Daivathinte Makan (transl.Son of God) is a 2000 Indian Malayalam-language action comedy film directed by Vinayan. It stars Jayaram, Prema, and Pooja Batra. The film was released in 2000. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Plot

Cast

Box office

The film was a success. [4]

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