Six months after the events of the prequel (Nadodikattu), C.I.D. officers Ramdas (Mohanlal) and Vijayan (Srinivasan) are called to Kerala to find the murderer of a police officer. The two ... See full summary »
Rajeev Menon (Mohanlal) is a wealthy orphan, a spoilt rich brat who grew up to be an eccentric millionaire. While his trusty manager (Karamana Janardhanan Nair)takes care of his vast ... See full summary »
Hero is in love with a girl who is forced to marry a police officer. Hero is later forced by his parents to marry a girl liked by them. Here starts the trouble again, even she wants a ... See full summary »
Below average film with a below average acting and a predictable plot. Mohanlal was lack luster at best, the reason could be that he has already acted in similar movies where the heroine is mentally disturbed and he is trying to unravel the mental mysteries. The grandfather was too young to justify the role. His physique was apparent from the onset of the movie. Dhwani's inexperience was glaring. There wasn't much creativity in the dialogs either, same old dialogs being recycled. As far as the mystery is concerned, there wasn't any, because the director decided to go on the old beaten path. Directors and the writers in the past underplay and underexpose the true villain. All you need to do is follow the bread crumbs and you will know the villain within a few minutes of the crime occurring. Unfortunately for us audiences, Mr.Malayil(Director) decided to go the same way. All in all a thumbs down from me.
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