Tokyo Nagarathile Viseshangal

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Tokyo Nagarile Viseshangal
Directed by Jose Thomas
Written by Udaykrishna–Sibi K. Thomas
Starring Mukesh
Jagathy Sreekumar
Prem Kumar
Tony
CinematographyVenugopal
Edited byK. Rajagopal
Music by S. P. Venkatesh
Sunny Stephen
Violin Jacob
Production
company
Akai Films
Distributed byAkai Films
Release date
  • 18 December 1999 (1999-12-18)
CountryIndia
Language Malayalam

Tokyo Nagarile Viseshangal (transl.The happenings at Tokyo City) is a 1999 Indian Malayalam-language action comedy-drama film directed by Jose Thomas and written by Udaykrishna–Sibi K. Thomas. The film stars Mukesh, Jagathy Sreekumar, Prem Kumar and Tony. The film's musical score is by S. P. Venkatesh, Sunny Stephen and Violin Jacob. The film was originally released without a title and was titled post-release. [1] [2] [3]

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Cast

Actor Motta Rajendran appears as one of the thugs fighting Kadappuram Karunan as he was working as a stunt double in the movie. As it was before his accident, Rajendran can be seen with his hair, facial hair.

Title

The film was released without a name, the makers asking the audience for suggestions and offering a prize to whoever came up with the best one. They finally selected Tokyo Nagarile Visheshangal from the list of suggested names.

Soundtrack

The music was composed by S. P. Venkatesh, Sunny Stephen, and Violin Jacob and the lyrics were written by Balu Kiriyath and Gireesh Puthenchery.

No.SongSingersLyricsLength (m:ss)
1"Chenkalcheriye Unnam Vacha" K. G. Markose Balu Kiriyath
2"Enthininnum" Madhu Balakrishnan, H. Rajesh Gireesh Puthenchery
3"Minnaaminni Ponnum Muthe" K. S. Chithra, K. G. Markose Gireesh Puthenchery
4"Sur Barsaaye Theri Sarod Se"Madhu Balakrishnan, H. RajeshGireesh Puthenchery
5"Swarnameda" Biju Narayanan Gireesh Puthenchery
6"Thrilling Incidents" (Theme)
7"Venpraavukal"K. G. Markose, Radhika ThilakGireesh Puthenchery

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