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MOLLYWOOD 2015!!! Top 10 Malayalam Movies of 2015

Apart from 2014, 2015 Malayalam cinema has witnessed some new footsteps which accelerated the artistic and realistic corona of the film industry. Many new directors ventured in the Industry and even established ones tied their command. This year Mollywood has seen brilliant movies which got praised by both critics and audience.

1

Ottaal

Ottaal

Directed by Jayaraaj
With Shine Tom Chacko, Vasudevan

Ottaal (The Trap) is an adaptation of one of Anton Chekhov's timeless works, Vanka. The movie became the most acclaimed Malayalam Movie of present years, released in 2015 with the shining of National and State Film Awards. Later, the movie honored with Golden Pheasant Award in 20th International Film Festival of Kerala.

Oraalppokkam

Directed by Sanal Kumar Sasidharan
With Prakash Bare, Meena Kandasamy, Chala Chari, Bikramjit Gupta

After the honor of Kerala State Film Award for Best Director, Oraalpokkam released in Kerala and got attention of thousand of film-lovers. The movie showed the command of Sanal Kumar Sasidharan on film language and hesitated the Kerala people to say it as his debut movie. The movie also retained the possibility of crowd funding movies in the state of Kerala.

Pathemari

Directed by Salim Ahmed
With Mammootty, Sreenivasan, Jewel Mary, Joy Mathew

Narrates both the hardships and happiness that Gulf life has provided to Malayalees. The super-most technicians of kerala - Madhu Ambatt, Resul Pookutty, Pattanam Rasheed etc - hit again in theatres through Pathemari and it became one of the biggest hits of 2015. The movie exhibited of the finest acting performances of mega-star Mammootty.

Ennu Ninte Moideen

Directed by R.S. Vimal
With Prithviraj Sukumaran, Parvathy, Saikumar, Tovino Thomas

Based on the real life love story of Moideen and Kanchanamala, which happened in 1960s in the backdrops of Calicut. It was the directorial venture of the director and acclaimed unanimously by both critics and audience.

Charlie

Directed by Martin Prakkat
With Dulquer Salmaan, Parvathy, Aparna Gopinath, Chemban Vinod Jose

It's the story of a young, nonconforming woman named Tessa gets entangled in a cat-and-mouse chase in the by-lanes of Kerala, hunting for a mysterious artist who previously lived in her apartment.

6

Premam

Premam

Directed by Alphonse Puthren
With Nivin Pauly, Madonna Sebastian, Sai Pallavi, Krishnasankar

After the huge success of Bangalore Days, Anwar Rasheed hit on Kerla theaters with Premam as Producer and became the most successful of movie of 2015. It conquers the Mollywood box-office and ran in theaters for 200 days all over India. The Movie depicts the story of three stages in George's life, and three girls he encounters in each stage.

7

Ain

Ain

Directed by Sidhartha Siva
With Musthafa, Rachana Narayanankutty, Sudheesh

The Movie set in a Muslim household in Malabar, the film revolves around a lazy but innocent and vulnerable Muslim youth who happens to witness a murder and escapes to Mangalore. Sidhartha Siva continued his carrer as a proven director with this movie, released in Kerala with the praise of State and National Film awards. The actor Mustafa noted his name in the arena of Malayalam Cinema by the role of Maanu.

8

Haram

Haram

Directed by Vinod Sukumaran
With Fahadh Faasil, Radhika Apte, S.P. Sreekumar, Rajshri Deshpande

After a promising career as editor, Vinod Sukumaran debuted in Malayalam Cinema as Director through Haram. The movie acclaimed for it's relevant context and technical perfection. The Bollywood actress Radhika Apte marked her steps in Mollywood by this movie.

Lukka Chuppi

Directed by Bash Mohammed
With Murali Gopy, Jayasurya, Joju George, Chinnu Kuruvila

Lukka Chuppi delves into the lives of a group of married couples, where the husbands are close friends.
The movie failed in box-office but the surprising entry to the Indian Panorama section of International Film Festival of India grabbed attention for this movie among Indian audience. The critics praised the movie for it's simple narration and realistic presentation.

10

Karie

Karie

Directed by Naranipuzha Shanavas
With K.T. Satheeshan Ponnani, Gopu Kesav, Ram Mohan

After a potential career as short film maker and advert director Naranipuzha Shanavas satisfied his dream of first movie by Karie. Karie is a regional movie with national relevance portrays the communal discrimination in the rural Kerala directly linked with their religious believes. The movie blends the role of art in protest with caste system. Shanavas as a director attains hope among film lovers of Kerala.