Kangaroo (2007 film)

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Directed byRaj Babu
Screenplay by J. Pallassery
Story byAnil Raj
Produced byCicily biju kaipparedan
Starring Prithviraj Sukumaran
Kavya Madhavan
Lalu Alex
Jagathi Sreekumar
Cinematography Saloo George
Edited byV. Sajan
Music by Alex Paul
Saji Ram
Isabellah Movie Tone
Distributed byLal Release
Release date
  • 21 December 2007 (2007-12-21)
Language Malayalam

Kangaroo is a 2007 Indian Malayalam-language drama thriller film directed by Raj Babu and starring Prithviraj Sukumaran, Jayasurya and Kavya Madhavan. The screenplay was written by J. Pallassery from a story by Anil Raj. This film was an average hit in 2007. [1] [2] [3]



Josekutty is a hard-working Knanaya Christian auto rickshaw driver from a good family. Josekutty falls in love with Jancy, whose sister Nancy is an unwed mother of a boy. Josekutty is asked to see Nancy for an arranged marriage, and he mistakenly thinks that Jancy is Nancy, and he agrees to the marriage. Josekutty agrees to marry her. Nancy is found dead on the day before the marriage. Josekutty raises her child as his son. He tries to find out who fathered Nancy's son. He learns that Monachan, who was the son of the majordomo in Nancy's family, was in love with her, and Monachan had earlier killed her boyfriend, who was the father of her child. He also accidentally killed Nancy. While trying to kill Josekutty and the child, Monachan is stabbed to death by Josekutty's brother Mathukutty and thereby saving Josekutty and the child. Josekutty and Jancy make up, and decide to take care of the child as their own.



Saji ram composed the soundtrack of "Kangaroo". Alex Paul composed background score and one song "mazhamani mukile". The lyrics are written by Biju kaipparedan and Vayalar Sarath Chandra Varma for one song "mazhamani mukile".

1. Aararirariraro - K. J. Yesudas

2. Marthoma Nanmayal - Afsal, Cicily, Anwar Sadat

3. Autokkaran Josoottikku - M. G. Sreekumar, Afsal, Anwar Sadat

4. Mazha Manimukile - Rimi Tomy, Vidhu Prathap

5. Oru Kana Kanavin - Vineeth Sreenivasan

6. Manathe Kanavinte - Anwar Sadat, Hannah

7. Aararirariraro - Ranjini Josh


The film was initially discussed with Jayasurya in the lead role of Josekutty. For the film, he had to opt out from a role in Chotta Mumbai due to scheduling conflicts as per the original plan, but the project got delayed as it progressed and Jayasurya got interested in the role of Monichan and took that part, Prithviraj Sukumaran replaced him in the lead role. [4]


The film was released on 21 December 2007.

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