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Directed by Bharathan
Written byBharathan
John Paul
Produced by Innocent
David Kachappilly
Starring Madhavi
Bharath Gopi
Adoor Bhasi
Nedumudi Venu
CinematographyVasanth Kumar
Edited bySuresh N P
Music by Johnson
Pankaj Moviemakers
Distributed byPrasad Films
Release date
  • 10 October 1982 (1982-10-10)

Ormakkayi (officially Ormakkyaie) is a 1982 Malayalam drama film directed by Bharathan and written by John Paul. The film stars Madhavi, Bharath Gopi, Adoor Bhasi, Nedumudi Venu, Ramu, Krishnachandran and Kunchan in pivotal roles.



Susanna is released from jail after five years for the accidental murder of a pop singer. She reflects on the events that led up to the tragic event. Nandu, a deaf and dumb sculptor and Susanna's husband. [1]



The music was composed by Johnson with lyrics by Madhu Alappuzha.

No.SongSingersLyricsLength (m:ss)
1"Happy Christhmas" Krishnachandran Madhu Alappuzha
2"Mounam Ponmanithamburu Meetti" Vani Jairam Madhu Alappuzha


Ann Reejan Mammen, the Arts Club Secretary of All Saints College, Thiruvananthapuram for Malayala Manorama wrote, "Bharathan's latest production, speaks volumes and keeps up the high standard of Malayalam movies. All the actors do full justice to their respective roles especially Gopi and Madhavi, Gopi keeps up the high standard of acting excellence. This movie can be recommended to all with no age bar." [2]


Kerala State Film Awards - 1982 [3]

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