Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary

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Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary
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Directed by K. Madhu
Written by S. N. Swamy
Produced by Manjalamkuzhi Ali
Starring Mammootty
Rajan P. Dev
Jagathy Sreekumar
Heera Rajagopal
CinematographyRasheed Mooppan
Edited byV. P. Krishnan
Music by
Release date
  • 1995 (1995)

Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary (transl.The Case Diary of a Lawyer) is a 1995 Indian Malayalam-language mystery legal drama film directed by K. Madhu and written by S. N. Swamy.The film stars Mammootty, Heera Rajagopal, Jagathy Sreekumar, Vijayaraghavan, Rajan P. Dev and Narendra Prasad. The plot is about a lawyer, seeking justice for a teenage girl who was raped and murdered. The film has soundtrack composed by Raveendran while the background music is scored by Rajamani. [1] [2] [3]



A young servant girl is raped, murdered and her body is dumped in a pond. The police accuse Unni Thampuran of murder and arrest him. Following torture methods, a confession is extracted from Unni Thamburan and the case is ready to be presented at the court.

Aniyan Kuruvilla, the public prosecutor, discovers flaws in the investigation and declines to fight. Convinced about Unni Thampuran's innocence, he switches sides and decides to fight for him. The prosecution hires a bent and a crooked lawyer Jagatheesh T. Nambiar and through a barrage of false witnesses and doctored testimonies, Unni Thampuran is found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment.

Aniyan Kuruvilla, though beaten, doesn't lose hope and starts a private investigation of his own and discovers that a group of spoilt boys, Reji and his friends are responsible for the brutal murder. Incidentally, they also meet another woman who was raped by the trio. Reji is the son of a very powerful and influential woman, Accama.

Aniyan Kuruvilla reopens the case in court. Nambiar asks the court to dismiss the reopening as such move is very rare. He produces proof that the accused were in Palakkad attending a wedding and couldn't reach the spot of rape on the time as mentioned in the case file. Aniyan Kuruvila successfully proves the alibi as forged and thus helps to serve justice.



Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Soundtrack album to Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diaryby
Released13 April 1995 Flag of India.svg
StudioPrasad Dubbing Theatre
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Language Malayalam
Label T-Series
Producer Raveendran
Raveendran chronology
Mazhayethum Munpe
Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
April 19 (film)
External audio
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Singles from Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary
  1. "Kanikkonnakal"
    Released: 13 April 1995
  2. "Mazhapeythu Maanam"
    Released: 13 April 1995

The soundtrack was composed by Raveendran Master whilst the original background music is scored by Rajamani.It features two tracks which were sung by Dr. K. J. Yesudas and Sujatha Mohan.Both of the songs were penned by Shibu Chakravarthy.

Track listing
1."Kanikkonnakal" Shibu Chakravarthy Sujatha Mohan 04:11
2."Mazhapeythu Maanam" Shibu Chakravarthy K. J. Yesudas 03:54
Total length:08:05


The song "Kanikkonnakal" received mostly positive reviews and became one of the popular hits in the 90s. [4]

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