Ee Pattanathil Bhootham

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Ee Pattanathil Bhootham
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Directed by Johny Antony
Written by Udayakrishna
Siby K. Thomas
Produced byArul Margkerette
Starring Mammootty
Innocent
Kavya Madhavan
Suraj Venjaramoodu
Cinematography Utpal V Nayanar
Music bySongs:
Shaan Rahman
Background Score:
C. Rajamani
Lyrics for songs:
Gireesh Puthenchery
Release date
  • 9 July 2009 (2009-07-09)
Running time
150 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam
Budget 5.9 Crores

Ee Pattanathil Bhootham (Spirit in the city) is a 2009 comedy fantasy Malayalam film directed by Johnny Antony. Ee Pattanathil Bhootham stars Mammootty with Kavya Madhavan, Innocent, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Salim Kumar, Rajan P. Dev, Mahadevan, Janardhanan, Suresh Krishna and Spadikam Georgein supporting roles. [1] The film is not based on the 1967 film Pattanathil Bhootham . [2] [3]

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Plot

The film opens with a 'Manthravadi' (Thilakan) telling an evil magician Sathyatheerdhan (Mahadevan) to obey to his commands and make spiriting away a friendly ghost money through crime. Meanwhile, a group of kids and their benefactors are held hostage in a circus camp by the baddies, who has taken over the show.

Ancy (Kavya Madhavan) is coming back from London, to take charge of the circus company founded by her father Philipose (Janardhanan), who was found murdered. On reaching there, she is told that her father was stabbed to death by a bike-jumper named Jimmy (Mammootty).

In fact Jimmy, his foster father Krishnan (Innocent), aide Sisupalan (Suraj Venjarammood) and a gang of street children were all invited by Philipose to join his circus group.

Meanwhile, the ghost (Mammootty, in his other role) appears, becomes friendly with the kids and takes a more stylish shape of Jimmy. Thanks to the ghost, Ancy realizes that Jimmy was innocent in the whole issue. Now the battle between the good and evil.

The climax is found with Kora and his sidekicks being caught by the police and the 'Manthravaadi' being turned into a hippopotamus.

Cast

Soundtrack

The film's soundtrack contains 6 songs, all composed by Shaan Rahman and Lyrics by Gireesh Puthenchery.

#TitleSinger(s)
1"Aaro Nilaavaay" Vineeth Sreenivasan, Shweta Mohan
2"Aaro Nilaavaay [Acoustic Guitar]" Sumesh
3"Adipoli Bhootham" Divya S. Menon, Pradeep Palluruthy, Geethu Thulasi, Navin Prince, Noel Prince, V. Suha
4"Maamarangale [D]" Karthik, Sayanora Philip, Anakha Sadan
5"Maamarangale [M]" Vijay Yesudas
6"Theme Music" Shaan Rahman

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