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After losing their jobs, Dasen and Vijayan don't see any chances to get work in Kerala. So they try to escape to the Middle East, but they end up in Tamil Nadu and where mistaken as 2 CIDs by a group of smuglers
Six months after the events of the prequel (Nadodikattu), C.I.D. officers Ramdas (Mohanlal) and Vijayan (Srinivasan) are called to Kerala to find the murderer of a police officer. The two ... See full summary »
Govardhan, a doctor by profession, is wrongly accused of bombing a train and is jailed by the British in Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani, in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. He witnesses the sufferings of hundreds of Indian prisoners there.
Manickam (Mohanlal) is the manservant/best friend of Srikrishnan (Venu). On a trip together, they get saddled with a village performer Karuthambi (Shobhana) and her uncle. Both men fall in love with her, Srikrishnan turns out more intent on having her for himself and decides to make life somewhat difficult for Manickam. Written by
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on. Frontier melodrama about Kerala's Thazavad manorial system which is
based on matrimonial Kinship. Sreekrishna (Venu), the brother of the
Madambipura House's leader, Yashoda, is extremely friendly with his
servant Manikan (Mohanlal). Another servant, Appakala, envious of
Manikan's favored status, is the film's official villain. The
Madambipura House is locked in an ancestral rivalry with the equally
large establishment run by Ganjimuda Gandhari, which usually finds
expression in the bullock cart race at the annual Pongal festival.
Both Sreekrishna and Manikan fall in love with the beautiful itinerant
theater actress Karuthumbi (Shobhana), causing Manikan to briefly fall
out of favor with both Yashoda and the local law. The film's
camera-work adopts the glossy style (diffusers and angled lighting
calibrated to the exposure of high-speed color stock) made fashionable
by Tamil cinematographer P.C.Sriram. Shot mostly at dawn and dusk, the
camera-work creates a glittering fantasy world than in turn determines
both plot and performances.
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