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Ennu Ninte Moideen
Directed byR. S. Vimal
Produced bySuresh Raj
Binoy Shankarath
Ragy Thomas
Written byR. S. Vimal
StarringPrithviraj Sukumaran
Parvathy
Narrated bySudheer Karamana
Music bySongs:
M. Jayachandran
Ramesh Narayan
Gopi Sunder
Background Score:
Gopi Sunder
CinematographyJomon T. John
Edited byMahesh Narayanan
Production
company
Distributed byCentral Pictures
Release date
Running time
168 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam
Budget12 crore[1]
Box officeest. 50 crore[2]
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  3. Ennu Ninte Moideen (2015) is a romantic Malayalam movie starring Prithviraj, Parvathy and Tovino Thomas. Set in the 1960s and 70s in Mukkam, Kerala, the film tells the tragic love story of Moideen who belongs to a renowned Muslim family and Kanchanamala who is the daughter of a Hindu Thiyya aristocratic landlord.

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Ennu Ninte Moideen (English: Yours Truly, Moideen) is a 2015 IndianMalayalam-language biographicalromantic drama film[3] written and directed by R. S. Vimal, based on the real-life story of B. P. Moideen and Kanchanamala, which took place in the 1960s in Mukkam, Kozhikode.[4]Prithviraj Sukumaran and Parvathy essay the title characters of Moideen and Kanchanamala while Bala, Tovino Thomas, Saikumar, Sashi Kumar and Lena appear in supporting roles.[5][6] Music was composed by M. Jayachandran and Ramesh Narayan,[7] while background score was composed by Gopi Sunder. The cinematography was by Jomon T. John.[8] Upon release, it received a positive critical response and was a major commercial success.[9][10]

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Plot[edit]

Set in the 1960s and '70's in Mukkam, Kerala, the film tells the tragic love story of Moideen who belongs to a renowned Muslim family and Kanchana Mala who is the daughter of a Hindu Thiyya aristocratic landlord. Since inter-religious marriages were a taboo then, the couple had to part ways as their families objected to their love affair.

Moideen shifted ground to being a socio-political activist and Kanchana Mala lived in her house under strict restrictions for 22 years. Both communicated through letters and language they had developed. Eventually Kanchanmala was caught and beaten mercilessly by her conservative relatives. Balyambra Pottattu Unni Moideen Sahib, Moideen's father stabs him since Moideen does not agree to part ways with Kanchana mala but he miraculously escapes. Moideen reveals to the judge/police that it was an accident and his father was not responsible. This confession transforms Balyambra Pottattu Unni Moideen Sahib's attitude towards his son; however, he dies immediately afterwards due to a heart attack. Eventually, Moideen and Kanchana decide to elope but when Moideen was returning after collecting their passports, he dies in a boating accident. Upon hearing about his death, Kanchana decides to commit suicide but is stopped by Moideen's mother. In the end, Kanchana leaves home to live in Moideen's house, as Moideen's unmarried widow. It is also stated that she is still alive.

Cast[edit]

  • Prithviraj Sukumaran as Balyambra Pottattu Moideen
  • Parvathy as Kottatil Kanchanamala also called as Kanchi and Kanchana
  • Tovino Thomas as Perumparambil Appu
  • Saikumar as Balyambra Pottattu Unni Moideen Sahib, Moideen's father
  • Sashi Kumar as Kottatil Madhavan, Kanchanamala's father
  • Bala as Kottatil Sethu Madhavan, Kanchana's brother
  • Lena as Pathumma, Moideen's mother
  • Sudheer Karamana as Mukkam Bhasi
  • Sudheesh as Kottathil Ramachandran, Kanchana's brother
  • Sivaji Guruvayoor as Kanchana's uncle
  • Kalaranjini as Kanchana's mother
  • Surabhi Lakshmi as servant in Kanchana's house
  • Indrans as Vaidyar
  • Sneha Raj as Prabhavathi, Kanchana's youngest sister
  • Disney James as Prabhavathi's Husband
  • Sija Rose as Ameena
  • Devi Ajith as Moideen's aunt
  • Shilpa Raj as Marina
  • George Tharakan K. J. as Sub-inspector
  • Vijayan as Soofi haji

Production[edit]

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The film is based on the real life love story of Moideen and Kanchanamala, which happened in 1960s in the backdrops of river Iruvanjippuzha and Mukkam village. Vimal first made the story into a documentary film and then developed it into a full-length feature film. In October 2014, Kanchanamala had accused Vimal of 'tweaking their story', stating that several incidents had not been shown correctly in the film.[11]

Prithviraj was chosen to play Moideen upon the insistence of real-life Kanchanamala, as she felt that he had a resemblance to Moideen.[12]Tovino Thomas was signed to play Appuettan (Kanjanamala's cousin), who said that Prithviraj suggested him for the role.[13]

The film was launched at Mascot Hotel in Thiruvananthapuram on 9 July 2014.[14] The shoot was supposed to begin in the first week of August 2014 but was postponed due to rain.[15] Though set entirely in Mukkam, the film was not shot there; it was shot mostly in Shoranur and nearby areas.

Soundtrack[edit]

Ennu Ninte Moideen
Soundtrack album by
Released7 September 2015
Recorded2015
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length33:16
LanguageMalayalam
LabelSatyam Audios
ProducerM. Jayachandran
Ramesh Narayan
Gopi Sunder

The background music for the film was composed by Gopi Sunder who also composed a song. Other songs were composed by M. Jayachandran and Ramesh Narayan. Rafeeq Ahamed penned the lyrics. A poem by renowned poet Changampuzha Krishna Pillai was used in the film.

The song 'Mukkathe Penne' was composed within five minutes. Gopi Sunder says, 'We were doing the background music when director requested us to create a background song for the movie. Mohammed Maqbool Mansoor, a singer who helps me with the Sufi notes, was there during that time. I hummed this tune to him for which he wrote lyrics. He crooned it and thus the song was born.' For the song 'Kathirunnu', M. Jayachandran won the National Film Award for Best Music Direction for the first time in his career.[16]

Ennu Ninte Moideen
No.TitleLyricsMusicSinger(s)Length
1.'Ee Mazhathan'Rafeeq AhamedRamesh NarayanK. J. Yesudas4:07
2.'Kannondu Chollanu'Rafeeq AhamedM. JayachandranShreya Ghoshal, Vijay Yesudas4:51
3.'Kathirunnu'Rafeeq AhamedM. JayachandranShreya Ghoshal4:18
4.'Sharadambaram'Changampuzha Krishna PillaiRamesh NarayanP. Jayachandran, Shilpa Raj2:38
5.'Iruvanji Puzhappenne'Rafeeq AhamedM. JayachandranM. Jayachandran4:14
6.'Priyamullavane'Rafeeq AhamedRamesh NarayanMadhushree Narayan3:27
7.'Mukkathe Penne'Md. Maqbool MansoorGopi SunderMd. Maqbool Mansoor, Gopi Sunder4:15
8.'Sharadambaram'Changampuzha Krishna PillaiRamesh NarayanShilpa Raj2:39
9.'Ee Mazhathan'Rafeeq AhamedRamesh NarayanK. J. Yesudas, Sujatha Mohan4:07

Release[edit]

The film released on 19 September 2015 in Kerala and outside Kerala on 2 October. The television satellite right of Ennu Ninte Moideen was purchased for an amount of 7 crore by Asianet, which is the highest satellite purchasing amount in Malayalam.[17]

Film festival screening[edit]

The film was among the seven films selected to be screened in the Malayalam Cinema Today section of the 20th edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK).[18] However, director R. S. Vimal decided to withdraw the film from the festival as it was not included in the Competition Section.[19]

Critical response[edit]

The Hindu wrote that the film 'presents a classic case of how a compelling real life incident can be adapted for the screen without compromising on the aesthetics of the medium.'[20] Writing for the same newspaper, Baradwaj Rangan stated, 'Even with flatly written characters and plodding narration, the film strikes a chord. We respond to the film because few among us have experienced a love so mythic — it's the amative equivalent of cheering for Erik Weihenmayer, the blind man who conquered Everest.'[21]

Veeyen of Nowrunning.com rated 3/5 and opined that it is 'a slow-burner that invites its viewers to soak themselves in a compelling romantic tale that is prudently drawn from real life.' He added: 'A pithy, well-acted and remarkably crafted film, this devastating narrative of love, comes across as a true celebration of the tender, expectant spirit that lies deep within it.' He further commented on the film maker by stating that '..some brilliant movies are based on such true stories, and Vimal can rest assured that he has done fine justice in adapting the much admired real-life chronicle on to the big screen.'[22] Hailing the film as 'probably the best love story to have graced the screens in the last decade in Malayalam Cinema,' Rejath RG of Kerala Kaumudi described it as ' a masterful piece of cinema that is sure to leave a long lasting impression in the hearts of moviegoers.' He commented on the filmmaker saying, 'R S Vimal has made a gem of a movie, an unforgettable love story of epic proportions.'[23]

G. Ragesh of Malayala Manorama rated the film 3.5/5 and described it as 'a love saga at its ethereal best'. He wrote: 'Apart from being an inquiry into the unknown realms of human emotions such as love, revenge and envy the film has a smooth narrative which offers a glimpse into the socio-political milieu of the time.' He appreciated Vimal's direction, saying that 'the clarity with which the director worked on it [the film] is remarkable.'[24]

Describing the film as 'one of the best ever love stories made in Malayalam cinema and the best movie of recent times,' Akhila Menon of Filmibeat.com gave a rating of 4/5. She wrote: 'It is wonderful to watch the classic form of romance back on the screen, in its complete glory.' She added that a 'well-written script plays the backbone for the film' and 'the only minus factor [of the film] is, Kanchanamala gets over-shadowed by Moideen certain points.'[25] Kanchanamala became an icon of woman sacrifice for eternal love as per the readings of R. Suresh Kumar in online news paper Azhimukham.[26] Sethumadhavan of Bangalore Mirror rated the film 4/5 and said, 'Despite the story being so old, the screenplay is powerful enough to hook the audience and make one ignore a few loose ends. Whenever and wherever cinematic liberty has been taken, it does not come across as jarring.'[27] Shyamlee Ahmed of The American Bazaar noted that the 'powerful story is a far cry from the modern day puppy love stories coming out of Bollywood' and that the film 'will be here to stay in our hearts 'ennum' (forever), for its effervescent one of a kind eternal love.'[28]

Box office[edit]

The film collected approximately 81 lakh on the first day of release and 1.25 crore in the second day, with Malabar region contributing a major share.[29] It collected 6.32 crore in 6 days[30] and 10.5 crore when it completed 9 days from Kerala alone.[31][32] The film collected 19 crores from 18 days from Kerala alone.[33][34] On 14 October 2015, Filmibeat.com reported that the film's gross collection crossed 21.8 crore, making it the biggest hit in Prithviraj's career.[35] Within a month of release, the film's collection from Kerala theatres alone was 27.2 crore.[36] It grossed about 32.67 crore and a net 25.56 crore from Kerala in 42 days; the film's all India gross crossed 37.50 crore for the same.[37] The film collected an estimated 45 crore from worldwide box office in its two months of release to become one of the highest grossing Malayalam films of all time.[38][39]

Accolades[edit]

As of 28 March 2016, Ennu Ninte Moideen received 55 wins and 63 nominations.

AwardCategoryRecipient(s) and nominee(s)Result
63rd National Film Awards[40]Best Music DirectorM. JayachandranWon
Filmfare Awards SouthBest FilmEnnu Ninte MoideenNominated
Best DirectorR. S. VimalWon
Best ActorPrithviraj SukumaranNominated
Best ActressParvathyWon
Best Supporting ActorTovino ThomasWon
Best Supporting ActressLenaWon
Best Music DirectorM. JayachandranWon
Best LyricistRafeeq AhamedWon
Best Playback Singer – FemaleShreya GhoshalWon
5th South Indian International Movie AwardsBest FilmEnnu Ninte MoideenNominated
Best DirectorR. S. VimalNominated
Best ActorPrithviraj SukumaranWon
Best ActressParvathyNominated
Best Actress (Critics)ParvathyWon
Best Supporting ActorTovino ThomasNominated
Best Supporting ActressLenaWon
Best Actor in a Negative RoleSaikumarNominated
Best Music DirectorM. JayachandranNominated
Best LyricistRafeeq Ahammed(for song 'Kaathirunnu')Nominated
Best Female Playback SingerShreya Ghoshal(for song 'Kaathirunnu')Nominated
Asianet Film Awards[41]Best FilmEnnu Ninte MoideenWon
Best DirectorR. S. VimalNominated
Best ActorPrithviraj SukumaranWon
Best ActressParvathy
Best Supporting ActorSaikumar
Best Character ActressLena
Best Script WriterR. S. Vimal
Best CinematographyJomon T. John
Best EditorMahesh Narayan
Best LyricistRafeeq Ahmed
Kerala State Film Award[42]
Most Popular FilmEnnu Ninte Moideen
Best ActressParvathy
Best Music DirectorRamesh Narayanan
Best CinematographyJomon T. John
Best Singer (Male)P. Jayachandran
Best LyricistRafeeq Ahmed
Best Sound DesignRenganaath Ravee
1st IIFA Utsavam[43]
Best FilmEnnu Ninte Moideen
Best DirectorR. S. VimalNominated
Best Performance in a Leading Role – MalePrithviraj SukumaranWon
Best Performance in a Leading Role – FemaleParvathyWon
Best Performance in a Supporting Role – MaleSaikumarNominated
Best Performance in a Supporting Role – MaleTovino ThomasNominated
Best Performance in a Supporting Role – FemaleLenaWon
Best Performance in a Negative Role – MaleBalaNominated
Best Music DirectionRamesh Narayan
M. Jayachandran
Gopi Sunder
Nominated
Best LyricistMuhammed Maqbool MansoorNominated
Best LyricistRafeeq AhamedNominated
Best Playback Singer – MaleMuhammed Maqbool MansoorNominated
Best Playback Singer – MaleVijay YesudasNominated
Best Playback Singer – FemaleShreya GhoshalWon
Asiavision Awards[44]
Best FilmEnnu Ninte MoideenWon
Best DirectorR. S. VimalWon
Best ActorPrithviraj SukumaranWon
Best ActressParvathyWon
Best Supporting ActorTovino ThomasWon
Best ScreenplayR. S. VimalWon
Best CinematographyJomon T. JohnWon
Best Female SingerShreya GhoshalNominated
Best Background ScoreGopi SunderWon
Most Popular Music DirectorGopi SunderWon
New Sensation in SingingMuhammed Maqbool MansoorWon
Vanitha Film Awards[45]
Best MovieEnnu Ninte MoideenWon
Best DirectorR. S. VimalWon
Best ActorPrithviraj SukumaranWon
Best ActressParvathyWon
Best Supporting ActressLenaWon
Best LyricistRafeeq AhamedWon
Best CinematographerJomon T. JohnWon
KFPA Awards[46]
Best FilmEnnu Ninte MoideenWon
Best ActorPrithviraj SukumaranWon
Best ActressParvathyWon
Best Producer(s)Suresh Raj
Binoy Shankarath
Ragy Thomas
Won
Best Character ActressLenaWon
Best Debutant DirectorR. S. VimalWon
Best Makeup ArtistRatheesh AmbadyWon
Best Art DirectorGokul DasWon
Ramu Kariat Awards[47]
Best Promising StarTovino ThomasWon
IBNLive Awards[48]
Best Actor (South)Prithviraj SukumaranNominated
Best Actress (South)ParvathyNominated

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External links[edit]

  • Ennu Ninte Moideen on IMDb

Further reading[edit]

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  • Hameed Chennamangaloor (November 2015). Ivan Njangalute Priya Moideen. Kottayam, India: DC Books. p. 88. ISBN978-8-126-46519-4.
  • P. T. Mohammed Sadiq (2014). Moideen Kanchanamala – Orapoorva Pranayajeevithom. Calicut, India: Mathrubhumi Books. ISBN978-8-182-65752-6.
  • R. S. Vimal (7 November 2015). Ennu Ninte Moideen. Kottayam, India: DC Books. p. 152. ISBN978-8-126-46508-8.

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Set in the 1960s and 70s in Mukkam, Kerala, the film tells the tragic love story of Moideen who belongs to a renowned Muslim family and Kanchana Mala who is the daughter of a Hindu Thiyya aristocratic landlord. Since inter-religious marriages were a taboo then, the couple had to part ways as their families objected to their love affair. Moideen shifted ground to being a socio-political activist and Kanchanamala lived in her house under strict restrictions for 22 years. Both communicated through letters and language they had developed. Eventually Kanchanmala was caught and beaten mercilessly by her conservative relatives. The lovers then finally decide to go to America, for which Moideen arranges passport for Kanchanamala and himself. When he was returning with the passport, Moideen drowns in a boat mishap in the river Iruvazhinjippuzha in July 1982. This shatters Kanchana Mala. Kanchanamala attempts to commit suicide, but Moideen's mother holds her back. She takes Kanchanamala to Moideen's house. The film ends with the narrator saying that Kanchanamala survived her lover and lives all these years at Moideen's house as the unmarried widow of Moideen. Watch ennu ninte moideen 2015 online, freein high quality Full HD 1080p, 720p