After Nadodikkattu (1987) and Pattana Pravesham (1988), CIDs Ramdas and Vijayan are back for another wacky adventure. After a priceless gold crown is stolen from India, Ramdas (Mohanlal) ... See full summary »
Satyapratapan (Mammootty) and Kuruvila (Innocent) are chronic bachelors. Sp's sister Sandhya lives as a paying guest in their neighbourhood. Problems begin when Mukesh and Harishree Ashokan join Mammootty and Rambha joins Sandhya.
Vandana and Aby are outstanding volleyball players. An accident changed Aby's life forever. Aby is so disheartened that his dream will never come true. Vandana sets off to Central Jail to select efficient players to fulfill Aby's wish.
The love affair between an orphan and an auto-rickshaw driver is opposed by the girl's grandmother but supported by her grandfather. A romantic comedy played against a back-drop depicting the daily grind of life as a cabbie.
Priyadarshan's attempt to make a movie with Mammootty playing a colonel who has a crush on a village is a pathetic attempt to make the character actor perform a total blabber of a role. We see Mammootty first trying to cope with his split with his wife ( pooja batra ). He expresses his anger on Dileep who is subordinate. Dileep talks highly of his village and Mammootty decides to spend his vacation there.He meets this village girl (Priya Gill) and falls for her instantaneously. Then the story takes a ugly turn when Mammootty cancels the leave order given by Dileep when he learns that Priya Gill is in love with Dileep. An intense ending with is a trademark of Priyadarshan films can also be observed for this movie.Its the other characters that make the movie worth watchable. Srinivasan and Cochin Haneef play great comedy roles and they stand up with their excellent chemistry on screen. The film is worth watching when you are in the mood .
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