Kaalam Maari Kadha Maari

Kaalam Maari Kadha Maari

Promotional Poster designed by P. N. Menon
Directed by M. Krishnan Nair
Produced by T. E. Vasudevan
Screenplay by Devan. V
Siddique Shameer
Story by Moidu Padiyath
Starring Mammootty
Adoor Bhasi
Lalu Alex
Release dates
  • 29 May 1987 (1987-05-29)
Country India
Language Malayalam

Kaalam Maari Kadha Maari (Malayalam: കാലം മാറി കഥ മാറി) is a 1987 Malayalam film directed by M. Krishnan Nair, written by Devan. V. and starring Mammootty, Shobhana, Adoor Bhasi, and Lalu Alex.[1][2] The film was produced by T. E. Vasudevan.[3]


Ummu Kholzu (Shobhana) is married to Kamarudeen (Mammootty), whose both hands are paralyzed. Ummu, hailing from a poor background had to marry him, hailing from a rich and aristocrat family against her wishes. She was in love with Razzak (Lalu Alex), her neighbor, but her father (Thilakan)objected to their relationship and made her married to Kamarudeen. After the marriage, she had to undergo severe mental torture and insults from both her father in law and sister in law. Fed up after seeing her sufferings, Kamarudeen leaves his house along with her and shifts to her house. At her house, Kamar discovers Ummu's past affair with Razak and becomes suspicious. In the mean time, Razak's wife dies of an accident. Kamar realizes his mistake and decides to save Ummu's life as he believes that Razzak is more suitable for her. Kamar giver her talaq and shifts to his house. There his father asks him to take back Ummu along with him. But Razzak and Ummu gets engaged. Ummu was ready to accept Razzak this time as for her Kamar is her husband. She leaves her home on the day of marriage and commits suicide. Kamar seeing her jumbing from a cliff to the waterfalls also slips and fell inside while saving her.



  1. IMDB
  2. filmlinks4u
  3. "Kaalam Maari Kadha Maari Film details". malayalachalachithram. Retrieved 2014-09-27.

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