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Vadakkanveettil kochu kunju is neglected by his family members due to life style and attitude. All others are in high profile.The family has huge wealth but really kochukunju is not a person as he seems.
Srikanth (S.P Ranadheer) appears as the protagonist while Prithviraj Sukumaran (D.S.P) appears as the antagonist. Srikanth is a sincere cop who tries to remove the wrong doers, whereas ... See full summary »
The 110 minutes of what might seem like a boring, meaningless bag of idiotic dialogs & instances crescendos to a mind-blowing climax. It reveals truth, which is as strange & cruel & surprising as it is strong.
Prithviraj & KPAC Lalitha deliver one of the best performances here and along with other fab cast, the film works totally. It won't give you a hint as to what it proposes to convey but then you gotta concentrate into the details. The story revolves around a person whose father was an escapist of higher cast while mother is from lower caste. He respects his father's notions as he travels to his mother's homeland to find reasons.
What he finds out later is a grueling story about the nature of our lives. That people are not what they seem to be. The makers have given a good message but they way they did is only for niche audience. Everyone would not understand this complicated plot, which iadopts theism & atheism at the same time.
The technicalities need not be discussed because the makers haven't given attention to them. The plot is strong & that's why you should see it.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? NO
Profanity: No | Vulgarity: Strong | Smoking/Drugs: No | Alcohol: Strong | Porn: Very Mild; No visuals | Violence: No | Gore: Mild
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