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 »
Chacko Master(Thilakan)is a school headmaster in Mathematics. He is a very strict teacher and does not go easy with his own son Thomas(Mohanlal).When Thomas realizes that the school ... See full summary »
Raghavan is an ex-convict who is redeeming his life after his release from prison. He stumbles upon Anjali, a journalist who decides to write an autobiography on his life. The story progresses as Raghavan discloses his past.
Only with the support of a tremendous camera work and the leading actor's brilliant performance, you cannot make a great movie..a perfect example is "Bhramaram." Mohanlal is talented and he delivered his one of the best performances..Ajayan Vincent is a craftsman and he did it brilliantly..so what was Blessy's role? Not forgetting the actors and technical crew are the tools of the Director, but only in case of great directors I strongly believe. Casting was awful (excluding Mohanlal) in Bhramaram. Child actor's (Mohanlal's daughter) "perfomance" makes us realize that we are sitting in a theater and watching just a movie. After a few minutes of curiosity from the opening, viewers starts to lose it. Sadly, Blessy failed to keep the thrill (at least the curiosity) until the climax. The "twist" is long before understood. Blessy should have to re-watch Padmarajan films before coming up with next crap, to learn how the Great Master keeps the viewers involved with the progress of the story-line in his movies. Bhramaram is an ordinary melodrama filled with "made up" and unnecessary scenes and an utter awful "acting" from it's co-stars.
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