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Directed by Kamal
Written by P. R. Nathan
Produced by Raju Mathew
Cinematography Saloo George
Edited by K. Rajagopal
Music by Johnson
Castle Productions
Distributed byCentury Release
Release date
Running time
120 minutes

Shubhayathra (transl.Happy journey) is a 1990 Indian Malayalam-language romantic drama film directed by Kamal and written by P. R. Nathan. Starring Jayaram and Parvathy in the lead roles, and Innocent, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Mamukkoya and Jagadeesh in other pivotal roles, the film examines the life of middle-class Malayalee families in the city of Mumbai.



Vishnu and Arundhathi, working in Mumbai, meet each other at their common friend, Raman's house. They fall in love at first sight and get married. The film is their struggle to lead a family life and to find an accommodation in a city like Mumbai.



The film's music was composed by Johnson with lyrics by P. K. Gopi. The soundtrack album features five songs. [1]

  1. "Kinaavinte Koodin" — G. Venugopal
  2. "Kinaavinte Koodin" — K. S. Chithra
  3. "Mizhiyilenthe" — G. Venugopal & K. S. Chithra
  4. "Sindooram Thookum" — Unni Menon & Sujatha

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