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 »
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 »
Govardhan, a doctor by profession, is wrongly accused of bombing a train and is jailed by the British in Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. He witnesses sufferings of hundreds of Indian prisoners there.
A reasonably good storyline and plot spoiled by a poor or below average direction from Shaji Kailas. He still believes camera gimmicks can lift the standards of a movie :-(. The first 30 minutes is fast and interesting when the anti terrorist squad goes behind an email hoax. The film fails to retain the tempo after that and rest is up to Mohanlal to carry on the movie. He hasn't done bad though, except some poor English dialogs :-) Really hoped someone else was the director, say Joshi. The role of Kaviyoor Ponnamma and related scenes really bulges out of the theme and looks like a desperate attempt to lure the other gender audience. To sum up, watch it only if your an avid fan of MohanLal. Else avoid.
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