An old man spends his life in solitude awaiting his grandson to come for vacation after 6 years. He thought he was the most happiest man in the world until he found out that fate has something unpredictable for him.
After exposing the wrong-doings of two corrupt politicians, Delhi-based Journalist, Vijay Kumar, is beaten to such an extent that he becomes partly paralyzed, and is imprisoned. The two ... See full summary »
A new batch of trainees arrives at the army training center (SAT) situated near border in Kashmir. Their trainer is Major Nair Saab (Mammootty) who is a man known for his hard-and-fast training strategies.
Yavanika (The Curtain)...is the search for the truth..the truth behind the curtain (as it always be..), slowly unfolds as the story progress in a rapid pace and finally splits wide to it's ... See full summary »
Excellent performances by each and every one. Rare to watch 3 of the best actors in a single film. Mohanlal was perfect in the villainous role, with some terrific revenge scenes. Mammootty got so many sentimental scenes and as usual he was perfect in those scenes. All credit goes to the script writer Padmarajan and director IV Sasi. Film was never boring with any scene and it had a good pace. Even though bharat gopi comes in less number of scenes, all those scenes were excellently portrayed. Music department handled by Syam was good and suitable for the story. After watching the film, one sadness was in the mind that the combination in this film will never be repeated. Casino, who produced some memorable movies, is not there, but the people behind it should start the company once again at least to promote such good movies.
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