Top 10 Best College Based Movies In Malayalam

Top 10 Best College Based Movies In Malayalam Campus based films have discovered wide acceprtance in film commercial enterprises of different dialects. It is one such classification, which could pull in the adolescent crowds, comfortable word go.Malayalam film-makers have also tried their hands at college based movies.

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Sarvakalasala (1987)


Well, this film would definitely feature on the top of this list. The film directed by Venu Nagavally has attained a cult status. The film starring Mohanlal, is definitely one of the genuine college based movies in Malayalam.

Classmates (2006)


Classmates, went on to become a trendsetter as well as one of the biggest hits in the history of Malayalam cinema. The film directed by Lal Jose was equally well-appreciated by youth and family audiences alike.

Chamaram (1980)


Chamaram is one of the classics in Malayalam cinema. This classic film directed by Bharathan created a sensation, much before many other movies in this list released.

Premam (2015)

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Premam, the trendsetter film had some of its main portions set in the background of a college campus. Those portions set the tone of the movie and the film was highly appreciated by the critics and audiences alike.

Seniors (2011)

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This was one such campus film which had senior actors in the lead roles. The freshness in the concept mixed with unusual casting did set the tone for the movie. The film went on to become a big success at the box-office.

Chocolate (2007)

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Chocolate came in at a time when campus based flicks were much popular in Malayalam. The film directed by Shafi, came up with a fresh idea, which did strike the right chords with the audiences.

Mazhayethum Munpe (1995)

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Mammootty appeared in the role of a college lecturer in this film directed by Kamal. Annie and Shobhana appeared as the leading ladies. Campus played an important part in this film and there were certain scenes which were definitely enjoyable.

Nammal (2002)

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Nammal, directed by Kamal had some excellent college moments in the film. The film was much more than a normal campus film and it gets a shift in the genre towards the second half.

Puthiya Mukham (2009)

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Puthiya Mukham did have only a very few sequences set in the campus. But, the story of the film and the later developments were based on the campus rivalry, that surfaced in the first half of the film. Being an action entertainer, which went on to set a trend, the film definitely deserves to be a part of this list.

Niram (1999)

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Niram, might seem to be a candyfloss tale right now, but back then the film enjoyed a grand run at the box-office. The film directed by Kamal had Kunchacko Boban and Shalini in the lead roles.

Another film, which unquestionably reclassified college based  is the Telugu film, Happy Days. The Malayalam named form of the film was an immense hit in Kerala.

The majority of the Malayalam artists, including Mammootty, Mohanlal, Prithviraj, Nivin Pauly, Kunchacko Boban and so forth have been a piece of grounds movies in either frame. Indeed, it was Premam that brought back the pattern of grounds based movies in Malayalam. There hasn’t been numerous remarkable school based Malayalam films in this decade, till Nivin Pauly starrer Premam released.

Despite the fact that, the grounds was only a part of the film, those segments increased most extreme ubiquity furthermore got enormous commendations from the people. Numerous more grounds based flicks are in the pipeline and the majority of the tasks are high on desires. NNivin Pauly would be seen in the role of a student leader in Sidhartha Siva’s  forthcoming film.

Ore Mukham, which has Dhyan Sreenivasan ahead in the film  is set in a college campus of 1980’s. Oru Mexican Apaaratha, which has Tovino Thomas in the number one spot part is additionally said to be a campus based film.