My Fan Ramu

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My Fan Ramu
Directed byNikhil K. Menon
Screenplay bySaiju Kurup
Nikhil K. Menon
Story bySaiju Kurup
Produced bySasi Ayyanchira
Starring Saiju Kurup
Rajeev Pillai
Music bySanjeev Thomas
Uthrattathi Films (P) Ltd.
Release date
  • 4 January 2013 (2013-01-04)

My Fan Ramu is a 2013 Malayalam film directed by debutant Nikhil K. Menon, starring Saiju Kurup and Rajeev Pillai in the lead roles. [1] Actor Saiju Kurup has also written the script for the film, produced by Sasi Ayyanchira. [2] [3]



Ramu, who is an ardent film buff, is nurturing exalted hopes of making it big as an actor someday. He is a diehard fan of young macho superstar Abhiram, the heartthrob of youngsters. Ramu's father runs a wayside ramshackle tea stall. Ramu looks down upon the lifestyle that has been bequeathed on him by his father. His cinematic ambitions which was going nowhere, suddenly receive a shot in the arm as he manages to emerge winner in a reality show, which offers the winner a chance to spend ten days with superstar Abhiram. Ramu accompanied by his sidekick and a naive moneylender, who is reluctant to let Ramu scot- free before his debt is settled, arrives at the superstar's home. The Superstar finds himself at his wits end, unable to tolerate the cumbersome threesome, who plays havoc with his privacy.


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