Mazhayethum Munpe, the 1995-released romantic drama, still remains as one of the most appreciated films in lead actor Mammootty's career. The movie, which was directed by the senior film-maker Kamal, was scripted by Sreenivasan.
Mammootty played Nandakumar Varma, a college professor in the
movie, which had Shobana and Annie in the female leads.
Mazhayethum Munpe had Sreenivasan, Sukumari, Sankaradi, NF
Varghese, TP Madhavan, Manju Pillai, Praseetha Menon, etc., in the
Here we list the names of the actors, whom we feel are
the perfect choices for the main star cast if Mazhayethum
Munpe is remade now....
Prithviraj as Nandakumar Varma
The role of the young, strict college professor who
unconditionally loves his childhood sweetheart Uma, but finally
ends up marrying his much younger student Shruti, was brilliantly
played by Mammootty in the original. If the movie is remade now,
the only choice for the role is Prithviraj.
Mamtha Mohandas as Uma
Shobana essayed the role of Uma, Nandan's childhood sweetheart
who decides to sacrifice the love of her life due to her illness,
in Mazhayethum Munpe. If the movie is remade now, Mamtha
Mohandas will be a good choice for the role.
Aparna Balamurali as Shruti
Annie delivered her career-best performance as Shruti, the
arrogant, self-centered college student who falls madly in love
with her professor. If Mazhayethum Munpe is getting remade
now, Aparna Balamurali will be the best choice for the
Suraj Venjaramoodu as Rahman
Sreenivasan, the writer himself essayed the role of Rahman,
Nandan's colleague turned best friend who eventually helps him to
reunite with Uma and his daughter. From the current slot, Suraj
Venjarammodu will be the best choice for the role.
Mukesh as Valappil Kaimal
The role of Valappil Kaimal, Shruti's loving father who always
supports his daughter's decisions, was played by NF Varghese in the
movie. If the movie is being remade now, the character will be safe
in Mukesh's hands.
Mazhayethum Munpe, which was produced by Madhavan Nair
for Murali Films, had emerged as one of the highest grossing films
of 1995. The Mammootty starrer also earned wide appreciations from
The movie bagged several popular film awards, including the
Kerala State Film Awards of 1995, including the awards for the Best
Film With Popular Appeal and Aesthetic Quality, Best Director, and
The songs of the movie, which were composed by Raveendran and R Anandh, still remain in the hit charts. Mazhayethum Munpe was later remade in Hindi in 2005 under the title Zameer, with Ajay Devgan, Mahima Chaudhry, and Ameesh Patel in the lead roles.