Bombay Mittayi

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Bombay Mittayi
Film poster
Directed byUmar Karikkad
Written byNizam Rawther
Produced byU Pradeep
Rajesh Malakka
StarringVinu Mohan
Amar Singh
Dimple Kapadia
Lal Kannan
Edited byBabu Rathinam
Music byChandran Veyattummal
Distributed bySri Gokulam Films
Release date
Cancelled or
  • December 17, 2011 (2011-12-17)[1]

Bombay Mittayi (Malayalam: ബോംബേ മിഠായി; transl. Bombay Sweets) is a Malayalam-language film directed by Umar Karikkad starring Vinu Mohan, Neelambari, Amar Singh and Dimple Kapadia in the lead roles. This film marks the acting debut of leading politician Amar Singh. This film also marks the entry of Bollywood actress Dimple Kapadia into Malayalam cinema.[2] Sri Lankan actress Neelambari Perumal enters Indian Cinema through this film.[3]


Bombay Mittayi tells the story of Suresh (Vinu Mohan) and Sulaiman (Harisree Ashokan) who would do anything to earn some quick money. They get involved in several activities such as exporting of snake venom, Nagamnaickyam and even silver owls. Suresh is a gifted singer. However, as fate would have it, his music has not helped him much in life. Sulaiman is much older to Suresh and has always indulged in petty fraudulent activities to make some quick bucks. Meanwhile, world-renowned Ghazal artist Mallika Mansoor (Amar Singh) is found to be murdered. The investigation points to Suresh and Sulaiman as the main culprits. Rehana (Neelambari Perumal) who is Mallika's daughter sets up her own inquiry into the murder to find out the murderers. In the process she saves Suresh and Suliamnan from the clutches of Poocha Police (Jagadish). Dimple Kapadia plays the Ghazal singer's wife.



Bombay Mittayi
Soundtrack album by
Paris V Chandran
Released12 May 2010 (2010-05-12)[4]
RecordedSatyam Audios Studio
GenreWorld Music
LabelSatyam Audios
ProducerSri Gokulam films

The music of Bombay Mittayi is by Paris V Chandran. The lyrics are penned by Rafeeque Ahammed and Mukesh Lal. There are five songs in the film. The singers are K. J. Yesudas, G Venugopal, K. S. Chitra, Pradeep Palluruthy, Vithu Prathap, Ravishankar, Midhu Vincent, Geetha Jith and Jos Sagar.

Track listing
1."Kochu Kuttiyole"Pradeep Palluruthy 
2."Meera than"K. S. Chitra 
3."Mannum Ponnai"Vidhu Prathap, Ravishankar, Midhu Vincent, Geetha Jith 
4."Himagiri"K. J. Yesudas, Jos Sagar 
5."Meera than"G. Venugopal 


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  2. ^
    Snehasallapm | Movie Discussions
  3. ^ Archived 3 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine
    Metro Matinee | Neelambari Perumal debuts in Bombay Mittayi
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 14 July 2011. Retrieved 2010-11-27.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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