Ratheesh Vasudevan, Assistant Commissioner of Police, is investigating the murder of Anoop, a part time actor in local plays. Investigation reveals other faces of Anoop, who is a leftist activist and an engineer by qualification.
Raghunandan is an ex-Bank of England employee who resigned his lucrative job because he was bored with the rather sedentary and mundane nature of his work. he chose journalism as his next ... See full summary »
The stance I had while entering the theater got drastically changed, metamorphosed (into bad) and ricocheted back into a very demeaning, ennui-ridden para-mental state I found myself in when I watched Mammootty's Face2Face, 2013's Romans, Lal's Scene Onnu... & Mammooty's Kamath.
This film takes up a hot topic & makes a gimmick out of it. With frivolous characters, mindless lead character and utterly rubbish storyline, Mohanlal has once again succeeded in disappointing me after RBR & Spirit.
While the music is heavily plagiarized, the direction is not very good who concentrated more into his useless cameo, screenplay is like they have tried to go Tarantino, but failed. You need to be focused enough into it, if you really want to understand the plot which could've been easily narrated in 20 minutes.
With Mumbai police flanked by Malayalam-speaking men, thousands of unanswered plot trips, coughing up sub-topics and deviating from its lead subject, Karmayodha is a very poor entertainer. The dialogs (with more beeps than ever) are clichéd and well, Lal & the vindictive villains have performed well. But, that is not what Cinema is all about.
BOTTOM LINE: Not recommended even if you are a Lal fan like me.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES
Language: Strong | Sex: Mediocre | Nudity: No | Violence: Strong | Gore: Critical | Smoking, Alcohol or Drugs: Mediocre
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