Rajamanikyam is a 2005 Indian Malayalam-language comedy-drama film directed by Anwar Rasheed and starring Mammootty in the titular role, with Rahman and Manoj K. Jayan in supporting roles. The film follows Rajamanikyam, a simpleton who lives a carefree life with his mother and sister in a small village in Kerala. Rajamanikyam, played by Mammootty, is an uneducated man who spends his days wandering around the village, singing and dancing. Despite his lack of education, Rajamanikyam is known for his sharp wit and his ability to charm everyone he meets. He is also known for his incredible physical strength, which he uses to protect his friends and family. The film's plot revolves around Rajamanikyam's rivalry with the local don, Pavanayi, played by Rahman. Pavanayi is a notorious criminal who terrorizes the village and extorts money from the local farmers. Rajamanikyam, who is initially unaware of Pavanayi's criminal activities, becomes involved in a feud with him after Pavanayi insults his mother. As the story progresses, Rajamanikyam learns more about Pavanayi's criminal activities and begins to take a stand against him. With the help of his friends and family, and his own unique brand of humor, Rajamanikyam challenges Pavanayi and works to restore peace to the village. The film is notable for its charismatic performances by Mammootty and Rahman, who are both known for their powerful acting skills. Mammootty's portrayal of Rajamanikyam earned him critical acclaim and several awards, including the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor. Rahman's performance as Pavanayi is equally impressive, as he brings a menacing presence to the role of the village don. In addition to its talented cast, Rajamanikyam is also known for its memorable music and catchy dance numbers. The film's soundtrack, composed by Alex Paul, features several popular songs, including the hit track "Aadyamai Kanda Naal". Overall, Rajamanikyam is a well-crafted film that combines humor, drama, and action to create an entertaining and engaging story. With its talented cast, memorable music, and compelling plot, the film has become a beloved classic in Malayalam cinema.