Sharja To Sharja

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Sharjah To Sharjah
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Directed byVenugopan
Written by
Cinematography P. Sukumar
Edited byG. Murali
Music by Mohan Sitara
Release date
  • 25 May 2001 (2001-05-25)
Running time
160 minutes
Language Malayalam

Sharjah to Sharjah is a 2001 Indian Malayalam-language comedy-drama film directed Venugopan and starring Jayaram, Jagadish and M. N. Nambiar.



Unnikrishnan Vishwanathan alias Unni leads a happy life in Sharjah along with his friends Kannan and Appu. But things turn topsy-turvy, when Unni gets falsely accused of murdering Kannan. Their sponsor Sheikh Jasim Khalid Al Mubarak Mehbali tells Unni's brother Nandagopal alias Nandan that he can release Unni if he can get a letter from Kannan's family that they have pardoned Unni and all the members of Kannan's family should sign the letter.

Nandan goes to Kannan's house disguised as Jasim and tries to fool everyone in signing the letter without telling the truth of the contents of the letter.

But later, Nandan realises that Jasim was trying to fool him as well as he has written something else in the letter.

How Nandan convinces Kannan's family to get the signatures and how he rescues Unni from the death sentence and Jasim forms the rest of the story.



Music: Mohan Sitara, Lyrics: Girish Puthenchery

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