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Vairam: Fight for Justice

Vairam: Fight for Justice
Theatrical poster
Directed by M. A. Nishad
Produced by N.Shiva Rao
Written by Cheriyan Kalpakavadi
Starring Suresh Gopi
Dhanya Mary Varghese
Samvrutha Sunil
Music by M.Jayachandran
Cinematography Sanjeev Sankar
Editing by Samjith Mohd
Distributed by Cinema NSR India Pvt Ltd
Release date(s)
Country India
Language Malayalam

Vairam: Fight for Justice is a 2009 Malayalam film directed by M. A. Nishad under the banner of Cinema NSR India Pvt Ltd. The main cast includes Suresh Gopi, Pasupathy, Samvrutha Sunil, Jayasurya, Mukesh, and Dhanya Mary Varghese. Samvrutha Sunil was first time paired with Suresh Gopi in the movie.


Vairam tells the story of Sivarajan (Pasupathy) who fights for justice, as he loses his daughter Vairamani (Dhanya Mary Varghese) who is raped and killed. When the law is blinded by political and monetary power, he has no other option than to hunt down Thalikkulam Josekutty (Jayasurya) who hails from an influential Achayan family in Thodupuzha.

An investigative journalist Annie Jacob (Samvrutha Sunil) of a popular magazine digs up the whole story, which becomes a sensation. An offbeat advocate Ravi Varma (Suresh Gopi) takes up the case for re-investigation. The DYSP of the crime branch, Thomas Erali (Mukesh), investigates the crime with great zeal, and then the real truth is exposed. The advocate, police officer, and the journalist start the fight for justice together.The movie also tells a small love story between Journalist Annie Jacob (Samvrutha Sunil) and advocate Ravi Varma (Suresh Gopi).



The film is loosely based on the Krishnapriya murder case. The plot also resembles with the 1996 film A Time To Kill.[1] After being shot at various locations mainly in Thodupuzha, the film was released on September 20, 2009.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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