Kanaka Simhasanam

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Kanaka Simhasanam
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DVD cover
Directed by Rajasenan
Written by Rajasenan
Screenplay byBiju Vattappara
Produced byM. Mani
Starring
Cinematography K. P. Nambiathiri
Music by M. Jayachandran
Distributed byAroma Films
Release date
29 December 2006
CountryIndia
Language Malayalam

Kanaka Simhasanam (transl.Golden throne) is a 2006 Indian Malayalam-language comedy film directed by Rajasenan. The film stars Jayaram, Karthika, and Lakshmi Gopalaswamy. [1]

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Plot

The movie tells the story of Kanakambaran, who runs a drama troupe along with his wife Bharati. The company is operating at a loss, but the couple struggle to keep it going as their creditors are breathing down their necks.

One day, they strike gold when Udaya Varma and Ramakrishnan ask them to take part a real-life drama: they want Kanakambaran to play Suryanarayanan, the heir to the throne of the palace and childhood sweetheart of the princess Kanjanalakshmi. Kanakambaran takes up the challenge and also places his wife as the cook at the royal palace; in the meantime, a bad guy Narasimhan also has an eye for Kanjanalakshmi.

After many days Kanakambaran learns that he was originally Suryanarayanan who was adopted by the palace cook. After a fight, Kanakambaran returns to drama world and Narasimhan becomes a good man. Later, Kanjanalakshmi is married to Narasimhan. The story ends with the song of the drama couples dancing.

Cast

Soundtrack

M. Jayachandran has composed the music and has set five tunes for the film.

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References

  1. "Movie Review : Kanaka Simhasanam". www.sify.com. Archived from the original on 30 August 2014. Retrieved 10 August 2022.