Sadanandante Samayam

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Sadanandante Samayam
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Directed by Akku Akbar
Written by J. Pallassery
Sharathchandran Wayanad
Starring Dileep
Kavya Madhavan
Cochin Haneefa
Cinematography P. Sukumar
Edited by Ranjan Abraham
Music by Mohan Sithara
Release date
  • 2 May 2003 (2003-05-02)
Running time
132 minutes

Sadanandante Samayam is a 2003 Malayalam satirical film directed by Akbar-Jose and starring Dileep and Kavya Madhavan. [1] [2] It was a failure at the box office. [3]



The movie is about Sadanandan who is an Ordinary school teacher and people says a good teacher. But some problem are always rotating around him in relation with his life style.

He is a strong believer of astronomy if he does anything, it is according to the law of astronomy. So he could not take a strong decision of his own. He mistrust everything. His life takes a turn when an astrologer informs him that he will soon die. He panics and tries to do everything required for his wife and daughter before he dies. [4]



The film had musical score composed by Mohan Sithara

  1. Neeyarinjo : K J Yesudas, Sujatha
  2. Janmanakshathrame :K J Yesudas
  3. Omalale Ente Manassin : K J Yesudas, Sujatha
  4. Karivala kayyalenne : Vidhu Prathap, Mahadevan

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