Chithram Film -Eeran megham lyrics

Chithram Film -Eeran megham  lyrics

Eeran megham poovum konde
Poojakkayi kshethrathil pokumbol
Poongattum sopaanam paadumbol
Pookkari ninne kandu njaan [Eeran]
Aa. Aa. Aa. Aa….. aa..
Mazhakaathu kazhiyunna manasinte vezhambal
Oru maari mukiline pranayichupoyi
Poovambanambalathil poojakkupokumbol
Ponnum minnum ninne aniyikkum njaan
Aa. Aa. Aa. Aa…. aa..
Vaanidam mangalam aalapikke
Omane ninne njaan swanthamakkum [Eeran]
venmekha hamsangal thozhuthuvalam vachu
Sindooram vaangunna ee sandhyayil
Nettiyil chandanavum chaarthi nee anayumbol
Mutham kondu kuricharthikkum njaan
Aa. Aa. Aa. Aa…. aa..
Velikku chooduvaan poo porathe
Maanathum pichakapoo virinju [Eeran]

Chithram  is a 1988 Indian Malayalam screwball tragicomedy film written and directed by Priyadarshan. The film was produced by P. K. R. Pillai for Shirdi Sai Creations, and stars Mohanlal, Ranjini, Nedumudi Venu, Poornam Vishwanathan, Sreenivasan, M. G. Soman, Sukumari, Lizy, Maniyanpilla Raju, and Shanavas, while Thikkurissy Sukumaran Nair makes a cameo appearance. The songs were composed by Kannur Rajan and film score by Johnson.

Kalyani (Ranjini) decides to marry her boyfriend Ravi (Shanavas) against her father Ramachandra Menon’s (Vishwanathan) wishes. But Ravi breaks up when he comes to know that she would be disinherited. Kalyani’s father, who stays in the United States, is unaware of the break up and comes home in Kerala to spend time with his daughter and son-in-law. This prompts family friend and Advocate Kaimal (Venu) to hire a thief, Vishnu (Mohanlal) to act as Kalyani’s husband during Menon’s vacation stay.

Chithram was released during a Christmas weekend on 23 December 1988. The film was a phenomenal success at the Kerala box-office, it broke all existing records in Malayalam cinema until then. It is the longest-running film in the history of Malayalam cinema. It had a theatrical run of more than 366 days in Thiruvananthapuram Ajantha, Ernakulam Little Shenoys, and KottayamAsha with regular shows, and theatrical run of more than 250 days in Palakkad Priya, Chengalai Chithra with noon shows. It is one of the highest-grossing films in Malayalam film history.[3] It collected more than ₹3 crore from theatres.

 

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