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Mannar Mathai Speaking (1995)

| Comedy, Thriller
The hilarious trio from 'Ramji Rao Speaking' faces a new trouble when the heroine of their drama group quits.

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(as Siddique Lal), (as Siddique Lal)
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Mannar Mathai (as Innocent)
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Meera / Stella Fernandez
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Mahendra Varma
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Garvasees Aasaan
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Eldho
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Ponnappan
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Doctor
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Gopalakrishnan's Mother
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Meera
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Meera's Mother
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Prathapa Varma
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The hilarious trio from 'Ramji Rao Speaking' faces a new trouble when the heroine of their drama group quits.

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In the beginning credits for this movie, nobody's name is shown as the director. Instead, a statement by 'Mani C Kappan', saying thanks to Siddique Lal for helping him out in directing the movie. But at the end credits of this movie, Mani C Kappan is credited as the director of this film. Not Siddique and Lal. See more »

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Remade as Bhagam Bhag (2006) See more »

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Not That Fine, But Still Funny. ♦ 69%
15 November 2013 | by (the Entertainment Capital of India) – See all my reviews

Ramji Rao Speaking was an epic film and evidently it got remade into some beautiful adaptations. This one, on the other hand, is too funny but not as fine as its predecessor.

Especially the sequence wherein an agent converses with Innocent over their departure for a theater show: that is one funny scene which still makes me laugh and I am laughing as I write. The story is nothing to talk about, but the plot does involve slapstick & the humor created by the trio.

BOTTOM LINE: IF you loved Ramji... this one is a complementary dose of humor for your tickle bones. Recommended!


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