Ani, searching for his cousin Hari who disappeared seven years ago, ends up in Punjab where he confronts with Hareendar Singh, a.k.a Mallu Singh. Admist comical situations, Ani tries to prove Mallu Singh is Hari himself.
Go get a cup of coffee as Mohanlal starts reciting his dialog penned by the one and only Renji Panikker. In Panikker's world, everyone screams. No one is calm and everyone has got a bad temper which leads to scenes going over-the-top with explosive BGM, lines that never end and actors who look like they sat on a bee. Joshiy and Mohanlal does a lot to keep things consumable for the ordinary viewer but the dialogs are so full of patriotic fervor that anyone in the right sense may be nauseated.
I've watched this movie a dozen times now and I've to say I've started liking it for its sheer absurdness and for it being senselessly over- the-top. That's why I advise anyone with the right mind to not watch it more than once. But I've come to like it over repeated viewings that I give it five stars. The songs are decent, the production values are good and a whole bunch of villains are to be verbally and physically assaulted by Mohanlal. If you like that idea, then watch this movie. But don't forget your coffee!
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