Director Sohanlal has just completed his third children’s film titled Swapnangal Pookkunna Kaadu. After “Great Indian Road Movie” and “Appuvinte Sathyanveshanam” which got laurels including a State Award, the upcoming film is the third part of the first children’s film trilogy in Malayalam.

Even though censored as three independent feature films, Sohanlal says in his mind this children’s film trilogy is a single picture with three stories of three children.

The first film “Great Indian Road Movie” is the story of a 10-year-old blind boy, Balu who regains his vision. The story that spanned acrosss 17 states in India.

“Appuvinte Sathyanveshanam” is another journey, in search of truth. The film has Appu, a 9-year-old boy who is standing confused between rights and wrongs with the answer paper of Maths exam in his hand. “Gandhi Jyothsyan,” a grandpa who leads the boy towards truth through Gandhian values is also in “Appuvinte Sathyanveshanam.”

 “Swapnangal Pookkunna Kaadu” is the third and last film in this film trilogy. This is the film which absorbs the colors of the mind of a kid – voyage through the out of rhythm mind of Adam, a 9-year-old boy who is struggling with the commonly diagnosed metal disorder of children, ADHD (Attention Deficit hyperactivity disorder).

Alok Krishna of Clint and 9 fame plays Adam in “Swapnangal Pookkunna Kaadu”. Master Ashray and master Rithun acted the roles of main characters, Balu and Appu in “Great Indian Road Movie” and “Appuvinte Sathyanveshanam”, respectively. Many actors like Dr. AV Anoop, Madhupal, Sudheer Karamana, Manianpilla Raju, Sunil Sukhada, Felix, Johnny Kuruvila, Krishnan Balakrishnan, Albert Alex, Vinu Y.S., Meera Vasudev, Sarayu, Thamburu are also part of the trilogy.

Srivalsan J Menon was the music director of first two movies, while Pandit Ramesh Narayan is doing the music direction of “Swapnangal Pookkunna Kaadu.”


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