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Song : Sundariye...
Lyrics : Gireesh Puthencherry
Music : Vidyasagar
Singers : K.J.Yesudas, Pushpavanam Kuppusaami & Sujatha
Oru Maravathoor Kanavu (Malayalam: ഒരു മറവത്തൂർ കനവ്) is a 1998 Malayalam comedy-drama musical film directed by Lal Jose and written by Sreenivasan. It stars Mammootty, Biju Menon, Mohini, Divya Unni, Sreenivasan, Kalabhavan Mani, Sukumari and Nedumudi Venu. The music was composed by Vidyasagar.
It was the directorial debut of Lal Jose, who had previously worked as an assistant director in many Malayalam films. Playback singer Devanand also debuted through this film. The film was well received upon release and was a box-office success.
Michael (Biju Menon), his wife Mary (Mohini) and their son buy a farmland in Maravathoor that was coveted by a rich man (Nedumudi Venu). In order to drive away all prospective buyers the rich man and his nephew Maruthu (Sreenivasan) try everything. When they realise that Michael has bought the farm, they cover up a spring water source on the farm to make things hard for Michael and thus try to force him to sell the farm.
Michael and his family stay at the house of Divya Unni and her mother (Sukumari) while they work on the farm. The farm struggles due the lack of availability of water, and Michael's vices (gambling and alcoholism). To support his brother, Chandy (Mammootty) comes to Maravathoor. Chandy is an active party worker in Kerala and sometime acts as a muscle for his party's needs. His arrival changes the fortunes of the farm and brings to light the activities of Nedumudi Venu.
To support his brothers activities, Antappan (Kalabhavan Mani) arrives as well from Chandy's hometown. To counter Chandy's threat, Nedumudi Venuspreads a rumour of an illicit relationship between Chandy and Mary. Things come to a fruition when one morning Maravathoor wakes to the news that Chandy and Mary have run away together.
The movie starts with Chandy coming back to bury his dead brother Michael and has to face the wrath of his nephew and the villagers. His explanation for their interpretation culminates the end of the story.
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