Chandran has a neighbour Madhavi, who washes clothes for a living and has a very unpleasant past. Born in a rich family, she fell into dire straits after her husband and her family rejected her owing to some reasons. After her husband left her, she came to Kannadipuzha village with a determination to take over the responsibility of brining up her daughter Gauri, who is now a plus-two student. Basically, they both have their own mental agonies.
Manikantan, a young man in the village, always tries to help Madhavi and Gauri. The real intension behind his empathy to them is to woo Gauri, but she never reacts to his advances or proposals. Into this situation comes another young guy, who brings a dramatic change in the life of Gauri, forming the climax of the film.[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Actor Biju Menon becomes Chandran in Parayaan Marannathu while Lakshmi Sharma does the role of Rema. Debutante Vidya plays the role of Gauri and Arun becomes Manikantan. Also in the cast are K.P.A.C. Lalitha, Kalalranjini, Kozhikode Naryanan Nair, Madhupal, Baby Parvathy, T.T. Usha, Sooraj Venjaranmoodu, Jaffer Idukki, Githa Balan, Munshi Venu, Lalu B. Paul and others.
Praveen Panicker cranks the camera. Produced by V.S. Sheeja under the banner of Nandanam Films, Parayan Marannathu has completed its shoot at Ottapaalam and is almost ready for release.
Producer V.S. Sheeja
Banner Nandanam films
Cast Biju Menon, Laxmi Sharma, K.P.A.C. Lalitha, Vidya, Arun, Kalalranjini, Kozhikode Naryanan Nair, Madhupal, Baby Parvathy, T.T. Usha, Sooraj Venjaranmoodu, Jaffer Idukki, Githa Balan, Munshi Venu, Lalu
Director Arun Bhaskar
Camera Praveen Panicker