Manjummel Boys

In a shocking twist, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has opened an investigation into alleged money laundering by the producers of the biggest blockbuster Malayalam movie, Manjummel Boys.

The makers failed to respond to the initial Enforcement Case Information Report (ECIR) which prompted officials to issue a second notice.

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According to reports, the production company Parava Films, founded by Soubin Shahir, Babu Shahir, and Shawn Antony, received the initial notice.

The investigation stems from accusations made by the film’s investor, Siraj Valiyathara Hameed, who claims he was cheated by the producers.

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Manjummel Boys was loved by the audiences for its thrilling storyline and remarkable cinematic experience, earning it huge box office success and acclaim.

However, controversy arose when the film’s investor alleged that the producers went back on their promise to provide him with a 40% share of the movie’s profits in exchange for his investment.

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Despite the film’s reported box office earnings of Rs 220 crores, the investor’s claim of being cheated has led to the current investigation by the ED.

ED is soon going to question Soubin Shahir and other producers of Manjummel Boys. As the investigation progresses, the outcome remains uncertain, leaving audiences and industry insiders curious about the final resolution.




Directed by Chidambaram, Manjummel Boys is a gripping survival thriller based on a real-life incident at Kodaikanal’s Gunaa Caves, also known as Devil’s Kitchen.