|Directed by||K. G. George|
|Produced by||D. Philip|
K. T. Varghese
|Written by||P. J. Antony|
K. G. George (dialogues)
|Screenplay by||K. G. George|
|Edited by||M. N. Appu|
|Distributed by||Falcon Movies|
Kolangal (Malayalam: കോലങ്ങൾ) is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by K. G. George and produced by D. Philip and K. T. Varghese. The film stars Thilakan, Nedumudi Venu, Venu Nagavally and Sreenivasan in the lead roles. The film is based on the story "Oru Gramathinte Athmavu" by P. J. Antony and depicts the life of the people of a central-Travancore village.
Mariamma and Aliamma are neighbours and enemies. Aliamma's daughter is cheated and gets impregnated. She finally went mad. Mariamma's daughter falls in love with a bangle seller. But Mariamma refuses their relationship and gets her daughter married to a rich drunken old man at the end.
Rajam K. Nair won the award for second best actress at the annual Kerala State Film Awards.
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