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The story begins with the fall of Mangalasherry Neelakantan's (Mohanlal) son Karthikeyan (Mohanlal), as he ventures out to make money which ultimately makes him a liquor baron. The ... See full summary »
Raghunandan is an ex-Bank of England employee who resigned his lucrative job because he was bored with the rather sedentary and mundane nature of his work. he chose journalism as his next ... See full summary »
Kochu Thresia, is a rich widow, who craves to 'live' life, but is alienated by her children who are caught in the rat race for making money. At this juncture, she meets the young, ... See full summary »
Anti-heroes are always risky. For a small mistake in execution can result in big loss. With a gripping script, Ranjan Pramod and Joshy knew only one man cud do 100% justification to the character. And he did it again this time. Mohanlal didn't act as Velayudhan. He came live on-screen. His transformation from a rogue anti-hero to a human hero is pakka.
Mohanlal is the only one who can don this role. The characterisation is perfect. Right from Lal's intro, each and every action/one-to-one dialogue sequence was received by the audience with huge applause. Even after the film, the theatre was filled with clapping sound and applause. Everyone enjoyed it for sure.
To conclude, I would say Naran struck the right balance between human and super-human. The right mix of action, adventure, comedy and sentiments has resulted in a delicious feast.
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