Anjali, a freelance journalist meets C.K. Raghavan, an interesting inmate who's outstaying his sentence in jail for a crime he says he didn't commit. His vastly different views peak her interest and she documents his life and happenings.
Narendran chooses to jump in front of the train to commit suicide. He waits for the train but end up saving another young man named Janardanan who has the same intention. Narendran consoles... See full summary »
Pranchiyettan is a successful businessman who often has talks with an imaginary St. Francis of Assisi. The story deals with how he goes about changing his embarrassing image to making a name for himself using wealth and contacts.
One of the classics of the very vivid malayalam movie industry is this movie which is a life portrait of a man , "anantha padmanabhan"("mammootty") born to an aristocratic brahmin father and a shudra mother, that quickly learns and masters all 3 Vedas and allied arts of it. but sadly he and family goes through a whole lot of trouble as the narrow minded brahmin community finds out that the man is in love with an aristocratic girl, which ends up in tragedy upon ananthan's family. to seek revenge for his mothers death, the man learns ancient mystic tantric rituals and the 4th Veda (generally related to sorcery and stuff). he puts a menace on the whole society using his powers that he gained over years and his dad's second son is send to save the society and the village from the clutches of this austere man inflicted with vengeance. the movie is a classic in the history of malayalam movies and was inspiration to other filmmakers causing similar movies in the genre.
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