|Directed by||V. M. Vinu|
|Produced by||Seven Arts International Ltd. |
G. P. Vijayakumar (executive producer)
|Written by||Samjad Narayanan|
|Music by||M. Jayachandran (musical songs) |
Ouseppachan (background score)
|Edited by||P. C. Mohanan|
|Distributed by||Seven Arts Release|
Makante Achan (Malayalam: മകന്റെ അച്ഛൻ, English: The Son's Father) is a 2009 Malayalam film starring Sreenivasan, Vineeth Sreenivasan, and Suhasini in the lead roles and Salim Kumar, Bindu Panicker and Varada Jishin in supporting roles. It was directed by V.M. Vinu, written by Samjad Narayanan, and produced by Seven Arts International Ltd. with G. P. Vijayakumar serving as the executive producer. Sreenivasan won the Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actor - Male for this film.
Viswanathan (Sreenivasan) is a village officer. He wants to make his son Manu (Vineeth Sreenivasan), an engineer. But Manu wants to become a singer. Viswanathan sends him to a coaching centre principled by KC Francis (Thilakan). Manu often tells his mother (Suhasini) to allow him to go and participate in reality shows. But Viswanathan doesn't agree with it. When the exam result come, Manu fails. Viswanathan calls him a cheater and slaps him. Manu leaves his house. After two days Viswanathan finds out that Manu is working as a waiter in a hotel. Viswanathan's heart is broken and he becomes a drunkard. But Manu also participates in a reality show.
Before the final stage Manu and Viswanathan reunite and he wins the 1st prize in the reality show. Jagathy Sreekumar plays a negative role in this movie as Himawal Chaithanya Swami to an Ashram.
- Sreenivasan as Viswanathan,Village officer
- Vineeth Sreenivasan as Manu Viswanathan
- Suhasini as Rema, Viswanathan's Wife
- Salim Kumar as Krishnan Kutty
- Bindu Panicker as Santhanavally, Krishnankutty's Wife
- Jagathy Sreekumar as Himaval Swami
- Janardhanan as Kurupp
- Thilakan as KC Francis
- Varada Jishin as Ann
- Revathy Sivakumar as Manu's Sister
The film was a commercial success.
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