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Unni Mukundan who is very passionate about his first movie, coincidentally meets director David Paul. At the same time, the life experiences of Amal, who relocates himself to Cochin, makes him undergo a total change in his vision of life.
Watch the full movie, Kilukkilpambaram , only on Eros Now. Kilukkilpambaram is a 1997 Indian Telugu film, directed by Thulasidas and produced by Kalliyoor Sasi. The film stars Jagathy ... See full summary »
The lives of four Trichur-based crooks, Kowta Shivan, Paara Wilson, Chembakara Gilbert and Pratheesh, cross paths with Tips Dayanandan, a lazy, good-for-nothing man who lives off his wife's hard-earned money, on one fateful Harthal day.
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Sreenivasan has a dark secret from his past. When his friend Siddique wants to marry a girl Shobhana , who knows him from college , Sreenivasan tries everything to prevent it from happening... See full summary »
Aby is aspired to fly and make an aeroplane by his own without any formal engineering education. The movie depicts how the hero struggles to make his dream come true and the obstacles he faces on his way to success and achieve glory.
This is the second part of Mimics Parade. Continuing from the first part, this movie is about how Kasargode Kadarbhai (Alammoodan) and his son Kasimbhai (Babu Antony) trying to take revenge on the mimicry artists who send Alammodan to jail. However, most of the movie is spend on trying to show the talents of an army of mimicry artists. Almost every mimicry artist who was worth anything in 1992 has shown their face. The story line is pretty weak. You probably have heard all the jokes and that too below par. The movie was trying to ride on the wave of umpteen mimicry troupes that mushroomed after the success of Kalabhavan. This movie just like its part 1 obliquely refers to Kalabhavan, its founder and its activities.
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