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Mahi is nicknamed Mayavi for his ability to beat up baddies stealthily without revealing his identity. He often ends up in jail. While serving time he develops a friendship with Balan, ... 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.
Raapakal is one of those touching movies to have come out in Malayalam in the recent times. It cannot be hailed as a classic by any means. But quite a few touching moments make this movie a must-watch for any drama movie buff.
Mammootty has come up with one of his natural best performances ever. Sarada's return to Malayalam cinema after a short break is also perfect. Although the movie lags a bit at times, in the end you wont feel tired as the climax includes a short suspense and some touching moments to keep you busy.
On the downside Mammootty looks a bit too old for the character. He should have played the character at least 10 years back. Or they should have chosen an actress much older than Sarada. They look more like brother and sister than son and mother.
All in all, highly recommended for soulful cinema lovers.
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