Ina (film)

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Directed by I. V. Sasi
Written by John Paul
Produced byRamachandran
Starring Master Raghu
B. K. Pottekkadu
Cinematography Jayanan Vincent
Edited by K. Narayanan
Music bySongs:
A. T. Ummer
Background score:
Bichu Thirumala
Murali Movies
Distributed byRaj Pictures
Release date
  • September 1, 1982 (1982-09-01)(India)
Running time
128 minutes

Ina is a 1982 Indian Malayalam-language romantic drama film directed by I. V. Sasi. The film explores teen lust, child marriage and the consequences. It stars Master Raghu and Devi, while Kanchana, Rasheed and B. K. Pottekkadu play major supporting roles. [1] [2] [3] The film received strongly positive reviews upon release. [4] It was a bold attempt in Malayalam cinema, and is regarded as a cult film.


The film's basic story is inspired from the 1980 film The Blue Lagoon . [5]


Vinod and Anitha are classmates in school and have their own personal problems. Vinod's stepmother wants to seduce him, and Anitha is an illegitimate child that her mother never wanted. On a rainy day, they take shelter in a train wagon, which starts moving before they could get out and stops next in a forest area a long way away from home. There, they find a couple of recluses – a widow and an ex-army officer – living their own lives and willing to accept them.

As they were in early puberty, they live like normal children. But as puberty stage starts, both experiences teen lust over each other. They couldn't resist each other and starts making love over and over. The widow accepts them as foster children and perform their marriage, but fate intervenes as an incurable disease for Anitha forms rest of the story.



The music was composed by A. T. Ummer and the lyrics were written by Bichu Thirumala.

No.SongSingersLyricsLength (m:ss)
1"Aralipoonkaadukal" Krishnachandran Bichu Thirumala
2"Kinaavinte Varambathu" K. J. Yesudas
S. Janaki
Bichu Thirumala
3"Poovirinjilla"S. Janaki
P. Jayachandran
Bichu Thirumala
4"Vellichillum Vithari"KrishnachandranBichu Thirumala


The film was remade in November 2011 with newcomers Yuvan and Swathi playing the lead roles. It is written and directed by Mahesh Karanthoor. [4]

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