Ozhimuri (2012)

 ●  Malayalam ● 2 hrs 7 mins

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"Ozhimuri" means 'divorce record' in both Tamil and Malayalam. In the matrilineal system, women were free to divorce their husbands if they were not having a sound relationship. The 'ozhimuris' or small palm-leaf pieces recording divorces of couples still stand testimony to the freedom, which women enjoyed those days. This intense and socially relevant drama delves deep into the ego clashes and complexities of a period through the eyes of its lead character Thanupillai (Lal), who witnesses the tale of three women, his mother, wife and son's wife.

Cast: Asif Ali, Bhavana Menon

Crew: Madhupal Kannambath (Director), Azhagappan Narayanan (Director of Photography), Bijibal Maniyil (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 07 Sep 2012 (India)

Malayalam Name: ഒഴിമുറി

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Did you know? Actor-turned-director Madhupal, invited 65 fresh faces in the age group of 10–70 years for this film. 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
Archival Source:
QubeVault (Real Image Media Technologies) [Digital]
Tracklist
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03:35
Music Director: Bijibal Maniyil
Playback Singer: TR Soumya
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03:31
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03:56
Trivia:
Actor-turned-director Madhupal, invited 65 fresh faces in the age group of 10–70 years for this film.

Originally, Padmapriya was selected to play one of the three female lead roles, but was later replaced by Mallika.

This film was officially selected for screening in the Indian Panorama section of the 43rd International Film Festival of India.

This movie is based on the story of the book 'Uravidangal' by veteran bilingual writer Jeyamohan, which is, the matrilineal system that prevailed in the Nair community, in the erstwhile southern Travancore.