Release Date : 18 March, 2016 | Duration : 150 Min
Director : Jijo Antony
Genre : Crime, Drama
Anil Anto ( prithviraj) is common man who is married to Amala (Chandini Shreedharan). At a point of time they had to shift from their calm native place to Kochi in search of better job. Anil gets a job in a local cable TV network. Everything was fine until he meets Darwin (Chemban Vinod) a notorious thug who thinks that Kochi is in his hands. Anil Anto\'s life changes for ever.
Konthayum Poonulum fame Jijo Antony is the director of Darvinte Parinamam. The movie is produced by Prithviraj, Shaji Nadesan and Santosh Sivan in the banner of August Cinemas.
Besides, Prithviraj, Chemban Vinod and Chandini Darvinte Parinamam has got, Soubin Sahir, Balu Varghese, Binoy, Tharikida Sabu, Shammi Thilakan, Mamukkoya, Jaffer Idukki, Dharmajan Bolgatti, Poojappura Ravi, Manivarnan, Murugan, Sajid yahiya, Shaji nadesan includes the cast of this movie.
Manoj Nair and Jijo Antony are the script writers of this movie. Shankar Sharma is the music director of this movie.
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