The shooting of Swapnangalil Haisal Mary, in which Cycle fame Bhama plays the key role of Haisal Mary, the only remaining member of a family entirely wiped out by the Tsunami, is almost completed. The director is George Kithu, who has given us films like Aadharam, Savidham, Indriyam and Suryakireedom.
The plot is about a helpless girl Mary, left orphaned by the Tsunami. Father Puthusserry, a kind-hearted priest, builds a small house for her on church property and gets her a job as a salesgirl in a textile showroom. She lives there with her grandfather Charlie.
But Mary's grandfather, a drunkard, always takes away the money she earns. Mary's only relief is her friends Roy, Solomon and Shalom. She just manages to drag herself on through this rather dull and dreary existence, nursing all kinds of hopes in her heart. And then, all of a sudden, something good happens to this hapless girl!
Thilakan plays Father Puthusserry. The movie also features Jagathy Sreekumar, Manikuttan, Vineeth Kumar, Mukesh, Rashmi Varma, Valsala Menon and Kannur Sreelatha. Produced under the banner of Mangalasserry Films, Swapnangalil Haisal Mary is brought to the theatres by Goodway Film Corporation. Camera is handled by M.D. Sukumarana; music is by Jerson Antony; lyrics are by Gireesh Puthencherry and Fasilal.