|Written by||Udayakrishna-Siby K. Thomas|
|Produced by||O. P. Unnikrishnan|
P. S. Paramanandhan
|Starring|| Jayasurya |
|Edited by||Hariharaputhran K. P.|
|Distributed by||Murali Films|
|25 December 2003 (India)|
Pulival Kalyanam (transl. Perplexing wedding) is a 2003 Indian Malayalam-language romantic comedy film directed by Shafi and written by Udayakrishna-Siby K. Thomas. The film stars Jayasurya and Kavya Madhavan, with Lal, Lalu Alex, Jagathy Sreekumar, Harisree Ashokan, Salim Kumar and Cochin Haneefa in supporting roles. The plot follows Harikrishnan, a rustic whose star-crossed romance with a girl (Ganga) from a rich family brings inadvertent consequences on the lives of people around them. The music was composed by Berny-Ignatius.
It is considered as one of the best comedy films in Malayalam cinema and the character Manavalan developed a cult following in the form of internet memes years after release.  The film was remade in Kannada as Chellata (2006).
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Harikrishnan is the adopted younger brother of Karunan. When Karunan loses his right hand in an accident, Hari at a young age takes responsibility of his family. Karunan's sister, Sreekutti is in love with the son of Paramanandam, who is unscrupulous and demands a huge dowry for the marriage to be made possible. To make this marriage possible Harikrishnan and Karunan take a loan from a financier Manavalan and invest it in a fireworks business, only to lose it completely in a fire.
Simultaneously, Harikrishnan gets his phone muddled with Ganga on account of both the models being the same. Ganga's father Raghavendra Sett is the boss of Paramanandam. Hari and Ganga have loads of comical misunderstandings before falling in love and deciding to get married. Of course this is not acceptable to Raghavendra Sett, and he puts obstacles in their way, like trying to get his daughter engaged to an eligible bachelor. The rest of the film shows how Hari and Ganga overcome those obstacles, and get married.
The film's soundtrack contains 6 songs, all composed by Berny Ignatius and Lyrics by Kaithapram.
|1||"Aaru Paranju"||P Jayachandran, K. S. Chitra|
|2||"Thottu Thottu Nilkan"||Afsal, Vijay Yesudas, Chorus|
|3||"Gujarathi"||Vidhu Prathap, Jyotsna, Chorus|
|5||"Poovallikaavil"||K. J. Yesudas|
|6||Thevaaratheruvilinnu||M.G. Sreekumar, Afsal, Kalabhavan Mani|
The film was a commercial success at the box office. 
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