Aaryan (1988)

 ●  Malayalam ● 3 hrs 1 min

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Embedded with fierce action and intense emotion, this offbeat action drama traces the twists and turns in the life of Devanarayanan (Mohanlal), a Brahmin priest. In a cruel twist of fate, he is falsely accused of theft, and forced to leave his native village. Thereupon, he relocates to Mumbai, where he meets and gradually becomes the trusted aide of an ageing don Kareem (Goga Kapoor), and slowly finds himself drawn into the underworld. When Kareem's ex-employee joins hands with his rival, Devanarayanan find himself caught in a terrible web of crime, violence, hatred and revenge. Will he succeed in defeating all their enemies before he loses everyone close to him?
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Cast: Mohanlal Nair, Ramya Krishnan

Crew: Priyadarshan Nair (Director), S Kumar (Director of Photography), Reghu Kumar Varma (Music Director)

Rating: A (India)

Genres: Action, Drama

Release Dates: 24 Aug 1988 (India)

Malayalam Name: ആര്യൻ

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Did you know? This movie was later remade in Tamil as Dravidan (1989) by Suresh Balaje, with Sathyaraj playing the lead role. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Malayalam
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Tracklist
Music Label: Satyam Audios
01 
04:49
Music Director: Reghu Kumar Varma
Playback Singer: MG Sreekumar, Sujatha Mohan
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06:13
Music Director: Reghu Kumar Varma
Playback Singer: MG Sreekumar
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01:14
Music Director: Reghu Kumar Varma
Playback Singer: MG Sreekumar
Trivia:
It was remade in Telugu as 'Asoka Chakravarthy' with Balakrishna.

This movie was later remade in Tamil as Dravidan (1989) by Suresh Balaje, with Sathyaraj playing the lead role.