Kerala House Udan Vilpanakku

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Kerala House Udan Vilpanakku
Directed by Thaha
Screenplay by Kaloor Dennis
Story by Girish Puthenchery
Produced byOusepachan Vaalakuzhy
Starring Jayasurya
Harisree Asokan
Cochin Hanifa
Narendra Prasad
CinematographyR. Selva
Edited byP. C. Mohanan
Music by Ousepachan
Production
company
Chitrangana Films
Distributed byChitrangana Release
Release date
  • 6 February 2004 (2004-02-06)
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam

Kerala House Udan Vilpanakku (transl.Kerala House on immediate sale) is a 2004 Malayalam-language comedy drama film directed by Thaha and starring Jayasurya, Harisree Asokan, Cochin Hanifa and Narendra Prasad. The film deals with the problems faced by the protagonist in selling his property which is located in Kerala-Tamil Nadu border in Walayar. It was panned by the critics as well as audience.This movie was actor Narendra Prasad's last film.

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Plot

The movie tells story of Dineshan Kondody, who tries to sell a house which situates in Kerala-Tamil Nadu border, only to liquidate his all debts. The plan fails when he realize that part of the property belongs to someone in Tamil Nadu.

Cast

Reception

A critic from Sify wrote that "But sadly this film fails to evoke any laughter with some below the belt comedy and situations seen in a dozen comedy films in the past. By trying to create comedy situations the director losses grip on the story that goes haywire in between". [1]

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