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Truly a Bharathan classic. A movie that changes its face several times throughout the course of the 2.5 hours.
Mammootty as the police, steals the show. It has to be one of his best performance as a police. Suhasini, the central character, lives upto the character with a touching acting. The others also are well casted.
The dialogues and songs of the movie deserve special mention. The well detailed script, makes watching the movie a joy.
The camera department did a pretty neat job, especially in the long shots involving fights, protests, etc.
Mainly a standing ovation to the director for this great film.
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