Cover of Druvam Video CD
Malayalam ധ്രുവം
Directed by Joshiy
Produced by M. Mani
Screenplay by S. N. Swamy
Starring Mammootty
Suresh Gopi
Tiger Prabhakar
Music by S.P. Venkatesh
Cinematography Dinesh Babu
Edited by K. Sankunny
Release dates
  • 27 January 1993 (1993-01-27)
Running time
145 minutes
Country India
Language Malayalam

Dhruvam (English: Pole) is a 1993 Malayalam thriller film directed by Joshiy,where story and dialogue were by A.K.Sajan and screenplay by A.K.Sajan and S.N.Swami . It starred Mammootty in the lead role Suresh Gopi, Jayaram, Gauthami, Tiger Prabhakar, and Vikram also played other pivotal roles and its music was composed by S. P. Venkatesh.[1]


A hangman is brought to central jail to hang Hyder Marakkar (Tiger Prabhakar), a notorious criminal with terror links, but he is killed in a road accident. DIG Marar (Janardhanan) smells foul play and arrives at Kamakshipuram along with Jose Nariman (Suresh Gopi), a smart young police officer, to meet Narasimha Mannadiar (Mammootty), a revered village lord and member of the royal family who had once ruled the hamlet. He is worshipped and revered by his villagers. Mannadiar is known for his generous and fearless attitude, and his thirst for justice and peace for his village has made him an enemy in the eyes of politicians and a certain group of police officers.

Upon Nariman's request, Viramani (Babu Namboothiri), the Mannadiar's secretary shares with him a few stories from Mannadiar's life that made him popular. One among them was shared with Veerasimha Mannadiar (Jayaram), his younger brother. Veeran liked Maya, and informed Narasimha Mannadiar about it. A few days before the marriage, a young man, Bhadran(Vikram) arrived at the house of Mannadiar introducing himself as Bhadran, a man in love with Maya. He also added that her parents had agreed to the marriage without Maya's consent. Mannadiar called off Veeran's marriage and got Maya and Bhadran married. Bhadran who was a gang member of Marakkar who did not want to kill the DIG. Hence Bhadran was a target of the gang. Veerasimhan saves Bhadran and is appointed as Mannadiar's driver. Veerasimhan plans to go to the UK for higher studies, but on the way is killed by Hyder Marakkar. From that day onwards, Narasimha Mannadiar waits for the chance to avenge for his brother's death. Upon hearing the story, Nariman decides to help Mannadiar. Although convicted by court for execution, Marakkar tries every possible way to escape. Mannadiar's battle of revenge against Hayder Marakkar forms the rest of the story. At the end, Narasimha Mannadiar and Bhadran get themselves taken to the jail where Hyder has been kept. While transforming Hyder to another jail, Mannadiar, along with Bhadran, kidnaps Hyder with the assistance of Nariman. Hyder challenges Mannadiar to a fight, where he initially overpowers Mannadiar, who soon gets the better of him. In the process, in order to save Mannadiar from a bomb thrown by Hyder's associates, Nariman catches the bomb and falls on it, which explodes, killing him. Mannadiar then hangs Hyder from a tree. In the court, Mannadiar orders Bhadran to be a witness against himself, who, out of his respect for Mannadiar, obeys the order. Bhadran is released for being a prosecution witness, and Mannadiar is given death sentence.




The songs and background score were composed by S.P. Venkatesh.[2]

Song Duration Artist Lyricist
Thalirvettilayndo (Female Version) 04:04 K. S. Chitra Shibu Chakravarthy
Thalirvettilayndo (Duet Version) 04:02 K. S. Chitra, G. Venugopal M. D. Rajendran
Thumbippenne (Male Lead) 05:09 Yesudas, Sujatha Mohan M. D. Rajendran
Thumbippenne (Female Lead) 04:59 Yesudas, Sujatha Mohan M. D. Rajendran
Varavarnnini 01:22 K. S. Chitra Shibu Chakravarthy

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