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This film is nothing but crap. I recently saw the malayalam version and it was FAR FAR BETTER than this remake. The only reason it was remade so that Rajni can still be at the top of the ladder making his lame punch dialogues at the little people and commenting on movies that are so good (in reality, they are horrible. Recently he urged his son/director to remake the Kannada blockbuster "Jogi" in tamil, which is officially getting negative reports and trade had declared it a super flop.)
Vadivelu needs to retire, Nayantara is a waste, Vineeth was probably the saving grace of the movie. Prabhu was adequate.
On the whole: Mohanlal > Rajni, Shobana > Jo, Suresh Gopi > Prabhu.All signs point to sticking towards the Malayalam original.
Fun fact: Chandramukhi bagged Jo an award while Anniyan bagged 8 in 2005's South Filmfare awards.
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