Director: C. Sasidharan Pillai; Writer: C. Sasidharan Pillai; Producer: Krishna Sasidharan, T. Haridas; Cinematographer: K. G. Jayan; Editor: V. Venugopal; Cast: Chippy, Vijayaraghavan, Krishna Kumar, Madampu Kunjukuttan, A. K. Lohithadas, T. V. Chandran, Jose Pellissery
Duration: 01:40:24; Aspect Ratio: 1.778:1; Hue: 322.419; Saturation: 0.063; Lightness: 0.257; Volume: 0.263; Cuts per Minute: 6.793
Summary: Seetha, born in an orthodox Hindu family, falls in love with the lower-caste Unni and later elopes with him to Bombay. Four years later, one day, Unni goes missing at Bombay. Seetha is pregnant and had to return to her native place. Through a newspaper report, Seetha comes to know that Unni has committed suicide after knowing he was infected with HIV. The heart-broken Seetha is isolated by the society and even by her parents who believe that she is also infected. Abu, a kind-hearted Muslim ferryman is her only help. Hated and isolated by the society, Abu and Seetha has to face lot of troubles. One day, filmmaker Lohithadas, a friend of Unni, visits Seetha and informs her that Unni was killed by the Bombay underworld and the AIDS-news was all crafted by the wicked media. Meanwhile, some people try to kick Seetha out of the village and burn her house. The film ends with Seetha, her new-born baby and Abu fleeing to another village.