Konthayum Poonoolum

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Konthayum Poonulum
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Directed byJijo Antony
Written byVinod Sreekumar
Starring Kunchacko Boban
Manoj K Jayan
Edited byVijay Sankar
Music byMejo Joseph
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Release date
  • 14 March 2014 (2014-03-14)
Country India
Language Malayalam

Konthayum Poonulum is a 2014 Indian Malayalam-language family drama film directed by Jijo Antony. It stars Kunchako Boban, Bhama and Manoj K Jayan in the lead.



A baker named Krishnan rushes home to be with his heavily pregnant wife Amritha, who has been left home alone. Also at home is his dear friend Martin, who is jobless. Krishnan and Martin reconnect once Krishnan returns home.

A police officer named Mathachan, picks up a lady named Annie from the streets, but she suddenly disappears into thin air, making him fear she is supernatural, since earlier he has made fun of his wife's spiritual beliefs.

An old man named Freddy doesn't know whom to turn to when an accident leaves his daughter Alice and granddaughter in a critical state. A bunch of girls in a hostel decide try out a Ouija board, which sends one of them wandering into a cemetery in the dead of the night.

A money lender named Sethu, who has developed an imaginary, invisible friend called Johny, with whom he shares drinks, is shocked to find Johny following him one day. True to his character, Johny is invisible to everyone else, which sends Sethu into a delirium. An old time photographer named Aloshi's exploration of the supernatural leads him to the mortuary.


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