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Detective Prabhakaran lands the job of solving the mystery of many young women disappearing. ..
Little does Prabhakaran know that he has acquired a shadow who watches
every move of his. This leads to a comic set of interludes. Pandurang,
the constable is funny, and is the epitome of the Bombay sakharam as
depicted in Malayalam films. Rajamma (Sheela) is the younger sister of
one who has gone missing, has taken it upon herself to track her
missing sister. Prabhakaran and Sheela's path's cross. It is not love
at first sight. They have many obstacles to hurdle. G.K Pilla, as Pachu
Pilla is as usual credible crime boss, with iron control over his vast
empire, with the help of his goons with guns. He has the usual
trappings of power, palatial mansions and people at his beck and call
to deal with every whimsical order. He is no fool and uses advanced
technology to manage his fiefdom. Adoor Bhasi, is a comic dealer of
antiques, who lives alone with a passion for gin.There is another
forgettable song. He gets drawn into this complex masala of deceit and
Prabhakaran introduces an undercover operative who proves to be quite
useful, till unmasked, which puts the operative's life in danger.
Commando style operations, and other action scenes keeps the plot
moving quickly. Fight sequences are typical of the period, though the
music is generally uninspiring.
The end, when it arrives, leaves one feeling that this film has some
good acting, a pertinent storyline, good plot development and good fun.
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