Pavan is a boy who reached Kerala after he lost everything in the Gujarat earthquake on the Republic Day. Operator Madhavan happens to meet the boy among the beggars. Initially he dislikes ... See full summary »
The sequel to the blockbuster hit Nadodikkattu (1987). Just six months after the events of the prequel, C.I.D. Ramdas (Mohanlal) and C.I.D. Vijayan (Srinivasan) are called to Kerala to find... See full summary »
Amen tells the story of people around an ancient Nasrani Church. The plot is set in a village, Kumarankary, where its inhabitants are always garbed in white - a motif which the film deftly ... See full summary »
This is the first Blessy-directed movie I saw. Its a nicely done movie on sex rackets destroying lives of the commoners. Melodious songs and splendid performance(as usual) from actress Meera Jasmine. Even hero Dileep had done a commendable job. However scenes related to the spirit of the dead was unnecessary. The same goes to moments wher Meera experiences certain "visions" of her husband's dying moments. Blessy doesn't truly pay much attention to these scenes(in the larger context of the movie) and thereby end up confusing the viewers. That's where the movie faltered. At the end, we're not sure if Blessy wanted to highlight the tragedies of sex rackets or a peep into the world of the dead! Enough focus was not given to either of the subjects. Verdict ~ Well, it's better than College Kumaran. You may watch it if you LOVE Meera Jasmine :)
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