Kappal Muthalaali

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Kappal Muthalaali
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Directed by Thaha
Produced by
  • Mummy Century
  • Rameez Raja
Edited byP. C. Mohanan
Music bySumesh Anand
Release date
  • 27 November 2009 (2009-11-27)
Country India
Language Malayalam

Kappal Muthalaali (English translation: The Ship Owner) is a 2009 Indian Malayalam-language film directed Thaha starring Ramesh Pisharody in title role Sarayu as lead actress. The movie also marked the debut of Pisharody and Sarayu in a lead role. [1] [2]



Bhoominathan keeps big aspirations in his life. His dreams are all revolving around a property in the city, which he inherited. Bhoominathan finds that making a tourist resort in the land, is the best possible business which can bring him big returns. He starts to realise his plans to build a resort by digging down for making a good basement. And he finds to his astonishment, the archaic remnants of a ship.

Bhoomi takes no time to inform the archaeological department which lands him to further trouble and his project of resort building gets blocked. Bhoomi has got a friend in Radhika, who also works with the same department. Now with the help of some fresh ideas from her, he plans to venture into a new arena of business. The movie goes on to tell more lightly, how some unexpected happenings can change the fate of a youth.


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  1. "Kappal Muthalali". Archived from the original on 20 January 2022.
  2. M, Athira (21 April 2022). "I make conscious efforts to do something new as an artiste, says Ramesh Pisharody". The Hindu.