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Ee Pattanathil Bhootham

Movie poster
Directed by Johny Antony
Produced by S. Benjamin
Written by Siby K.Thomas
Udaykrishnan
Starring Mammootty
Kavya Madhavan
Innocent
Music by Shaan
Gireesh Puthenchery (lyrics)
Cinematography Azhagappan

Ee Pattanathil Bhootham is a Malayalam film released in 2009. The film is directed by Johny Antony. Ee Pattanathil Bhootham stars Mammootty, Kavya Madhavan, & Innocent.[1]

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Cast

Mammootty Jimmy/Ghost
Kavya Madhavan Ancy
Innocent Krishnettan
Janardhanan Kuruppu Philipose
Salim Kumar Police Inspector
Suraj Venjaramood Sisupalan
Rajan P. Dev Kora
Pithamagan Mahadevan Mandravadi
Thilakan Mandravadi
Guinness Pakru Balan

Plot Summary

The film opens with a ‘Manthravadi’ (Pithamagan Mahadevan) an evil magician (Mammootty) to obey to his commands and make spiriting away a friendly ghost money through crime. Meanwhile a group of kids and their benefactors are held hostage in a circus camp by the baddies, who has taken over the show.

Ancy (Kavya) is coming back from London, to take charge of the circus company founded by her father Philipose (Janaradhanan), who was found murdered. On reaching there, she is told that her father was stabbed to death by a bike-jumper named Jimmy (Mammootty).

In fact Jimmy, his foster father Krishnettan (Innocent), aide Sisupalan (Suraj Venjarammood) and a gang of street children were all invited by Philipose to join his circus group.

Meanwhile the ghost (Mammootty, in his other role) appears, becomes friendly with the kids and takes a more stylish shape of Jimmy. Thanks to the ghost, Ancy realizes that Jimmy was innocent in the whole issue. Now the battle between the good and evil

Box Office

The film could not mark a box office success, as the earlier films of Johny Antony as well as Mammootty did. It had a good reception from the children, however could not sustain in theatres for more than 50 days.

External links

Ee Pattanathil Bhootham at the Internet Movie Database

References

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