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Pavan is a boy who reached Kerala after he lost everything in the Gujarat earthquake on Republic Day. Operator Madhavan happens to meet the boy among the beggars. Initially he dislikes the ... See full summary »
Narasimha Mannadiar is a village lord famous for his thirst for justice and fearlessness. Hyder Marakkar, a notorious criminal awaiting capital punishment has means to prevent it. Mannadiar must battle to ensure that justice is prevailed.
Chirakkal Kelu Nayanar, a warrior in 16th century Kerala wants to avenge his father killed in a confrontation with Vasco da Gama and his troops and is assisted by his best friend Vavvali and warrior princess Ayesha.
Major Ravi is a terrible director. And this time he's got some filmmaker friends who are terrible at their jobs: cinematographer, writer, musician and editor.
The cast is okay, but their performance is so shabby and cringe-worthy it made me feel nauseous. Their dialogs were not only inappropriate but also immensely wrong. And when you use English language, you ought to deliver it with a finesse. But the characters in here speak English worse than 2-year old kids and seeing Mammootty giving such a bad performance equaled a nightmare.
The story is cooked up on basis of lack of research. Now they have got some plot points right, but fictionalizing the plot and inculcating drama and bureaucratic claptrap into it is the last thing a viewer wants to watch. And professional commandos wearing gold chain watches and setting the time in it is just the film element I cannot bear. Editing is the biggest blunder. Use of VFX is bad, too.
There is not a single factor worth considering except that fine actress. She, being a North-Indian, spoke better.
BOTTOM LINE: Simply absurd and unenterprising. Skip! Not recommended at all. Read a book, instead!
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