Udayananu Tharam

Synopsis: Thanks to a script stolen from assistant director Udayabhanu, Rajappan Thengummoodu becomes superstar Saroj Kumar overnight. Udayan is left heart-broken but fate comes in the form of Babykuttan who wants to produce a movie with Udayan in the director's seat. And when Superstar Saroj Kumar starts working in the film, things looked to be in the right track. But when the project nears completion, Saroj walks out from the project due to an ego clash with Udayan. Now Udayan must shoot the rest of the movie without the knowledge of Saroj leading the movie to an exciting climax.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Roshan Andrews
 
IMDB:
7.9
Year:
2005
398 Views

Everybody get ready

for the shot.

Lights!

Junior, a little stronger.

Starting.

Running, one by one

take one, clap!

Action.

This is a film related to films.

The Lumiere brothers

made films a reality.

You look arrogant.

You should be gentle while

talking to audience.

OK. - OK Sir.

This is a film related to films.

Lumere brothers.. - Cut it!

Listen! Don't try to be a

joker. Don't be too gentle.

You try to be specific,

that's all. - Yes Sir.

This is a film related to films.

The Lumere brothers

made films a reality.

Thereafter, many great

film makers came..

...and gave new definition

to films.

There was laughter inside

the cinema theaters.

The audience could feel the

emotions of the characters..

...of the silver screen like

in their personal life.

The films soothed human life

under trying conditions.

Madras became the centre of

the south Indian films.

Thousands of people came to Madras

to try their luck in films.

They were many who made it big &

many who were ruined in this film city.

We know only those made it big.

And nobody knows about the

one who couldn't succeed.

The hero of this story, Udhaybhanu

had come to Madras 12 years ago.

He was an assistant director.

And was trying to become

an independent director.

Cinema was not just his

ambition, but it is his life too.

The screenplay of the first

film is in progress.

'Om Satyajit Ray Namaha.'

'Om Spiel Berg-aya Namaha.'

'Priyadarshanaya Namah.'

'Kurasova, Aravinda,

Chaplin-aya Namaha.'

Oh God! Give me a great

climax to this story!

Anusha and Ravi met on the

platform unexpectedly.

But to shoot on the

railway platform.

...a deposit of Rs. 5

lakhs is required.

And if producer is not

ready for that, then..

I'll make the film for the

one who is ready do that.

Anyway, the dialogues of Anusha

should be brilliant.

Look Ravi.. I don't

want to invite you..

Ravi in my life, which

is cloudy. Shit..

Stupid dialogues! Would anyone

talk like this in real life?

Cloudy.. Nonsense!

The matter should be simple.

There is no need of 'Look Ravi.'

It feels like a serial.

You've come to see the one who

is running away, isn't it?

You're standing here just because you've

a platform ticket & you can't go beyond.

The one who watches us will

think we are very close.

But it's only we know how

far we are with each other.

Good! That's good!

Let us pray so that Udhaybhanu

gets a good climax.

This city is full of cinemas.

We are on our way

to a film studio.

The heroine of this story,

Madhumati is in the studio.

She was awarded the best

actress of the university.

It was Udhaybhanu who introduced

Madhumati to his mentor.

The very first film itself

was a very big hit.

And Madhumati is

a big star today.

Though Madhumati is indebted

to Udhaybhanu..

...and she likes him, but there is

nothing like love between them.

But Udhaybhanu is restless

about the unwanted gossips.

This is Rajappan Thengamulli,

sorry these are his legs.

He has been looking for a good role in

Malayalam cinema for a long time now.

Is it because of his looks that

is not getting a good role?

Or is it because of his

color and figure?

He has done many

small bit roles.

But he is still waiting

for his dream role.

He has a darker complexion

than me.

And he isn't so handsome,

yet he is a superstar.

Gad!

The one's wearing suits

go to Wing A. - Yes sir.

It's a Telugu movie, a

company meeting scene.

The rest are all for Shivaji's

garden. A Tamil film.

You will get your dress, guns

everything there. - Yes sir.

And if you have any doubts,

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Sreenivasan

Sreenivasan (born 6 April 1956) is an Indian film actor, screenwriter, director and producer who works in Malayalam films.Sreenivasan has starred in over 200 films. He is most popular for his comedy oriented performances. Sreenivasan wrote the screenplay for films such as Odaruthammava Aalariyam (1984), Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam (1986), Gandhinagar 2nd Street (1986), Nadodikkattu (1987), Pattanapravesham (1988), Varavelpu (1989), Thalayanamanthram (1990), Sandesam (1991), Midhunam (1993), Mazhayethum Munpe (1995), Azhakiya Ravanan (1996), Ayal Kadha Ezhuthukayanu (1998), Udayananu Tharam (2005), and Katha Parayumpol (2007) among others. He has won two Kerala State Film Awards for Best Screenplay, for Sandesam and Mazhayethum Munpe. As a writer and actor he has frequently collaborated with directors such as Priyadarshan, Sathyan Anthikad and Kamal. As a filmmaker, he scripted and directed Vadakkunokkiyanthram (1989) and Chinthavishtayaya Shyamala (1998). While Vadakkunokkiyanthram won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Film, Chinthavishtayaya Shyamala won the National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues and Best Popular Film Award at the 29th Kerala State Film Awards. He co-produced Katha Parayumpol (2007) and Thattathin Marayathu (2012) under the banner Lumiere Film Company, along with actor Mukesh. more…

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