Narasimha Mannadiar is a village lord famous for his thirst for justice and fearlessness. Hyder Marakkar, a notorious criminal awaiting capital punishment has means to prevent it. Mannadiar must battle to ensure that justice is prevailed.
Arumugham (Vikram) is an uneducated, good hearted, helpful village hick. Easwari (Jyothika) is his childhood friend. A chemical factory in the village pollutes the local river and when all ... See full summary »
A love brings to light the soft-natured characteristic features that lie buried in the sub-conscious mind of a seemingly hard-core student. Some unexpected tragic events mould his life into an epic-like story!
The film has so many draw backs.After all it seems the film is taken only with the purpose that to introduce Dolby digital in Malayalam's for the first time. The sound is recorded well with the aid of Dolby digital system.But the film lacks all the other good elements which a good film needs. There is not a fare story outline. The film is full of gunshots and stunts. Another think is that it seems KK Haridas trying to make keralites aware of the computer technologies and internet. Its good to some extend as the film released in 1996, most people wouldn't have any idea of those things. But we don't forget that before that ,director Shankar has introduced the same techniques in Indian ,in a good way.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?