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Ravi Abraham (Anoop Menon) is one of the key brains behind the success of a construction firm. He has rivals within and outside the office, jealous of his success. At home, he has a ... See full summary »
Anjali, a freelance journalist meets C.K. Raghavan, an interesting inmate who's outstaying his sentence in jail for a crime he says he didn't commit. His vastly different views peak her interest and she documents his life and happenings.
ACP Antony is the only one who knows the truth behind ACP Aaryan's murder. Antony meets with an accident, losing his memory and is unable to reveal the killer. He is forced to investigate the murder again hoping that he remembers something.
The performances aren't great, but the story is. Now the story is nothing new, but the execution is. The execution is shabby, but the outcome is a 6.6/10.
Banking Hours: 10 to 4 could've used a better name. It directly tells half the story. Anoop Menon is fine and the plot looks a direct import from a Hollywood flick where a murder takes place inside a bank. What follows is a look-out and there is one kidnap story, revenge story & romantic elope story in between.
It keeps you hooked, but if you pay attention the details are not kept in right places. Otherwise it would be obvious that we know who the killer is. But, it is quite simple that we predict who did it. But since there are many stories, each having antagonists, this one excels.
BOTTOM LINE: A very good thriller, which won;t bore you!
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES
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