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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 »
Chandrasekhar (Mohanlal) is an IPS officer who lives a lonely and quiet life after being divorced from his wife, Deepthi (Priyamani), a leading criminal lawyer. Things change when he is made the head of the Metro Crime Stopper Cell in Kochi, and single-handedly saves three college girls abducted by a psychologically deviant guy. Chandrasekhar gets a congratulatory note from an anonymous man calling himself "Z," who challenges Chandrasekhar to figure out how he is going to bump off one target after the other. Chandrasekhar is forced to take up the investigation of the murders, which follows a mysterious alphabetical pattern.Written by
After hearing of all the hype about this movie, I finally watched it with my friends and the result was pretty disappointing. There is no denying the fact that Mohanlal has done a pretty good role in this movie. It is good to see our Lalettan in a realistic role without punch dialogues and heavy action. The first half of the movie was pretty impressive. But the second half was a serious let down and the climax a disaster. Don't trust these critics who claim this to be a brilliant movie. The director attempted to make it a brilliant one but the effort didn't pay off. I couldn't find anything brilliant in this movie. In fact, I found plenty of stupid things which deteriorated the experience (like the real villain suiting up as a priest to make use of Babu Antony). The identity of the villain is predictable for those people who have seen a lot of suspense thriller English movies. And the villain overdid it in the final scenes. Overall there is nothing new in this movie other than seeing Mohanlal in a pretty good role. Might entertain hardcore Mohanlal fans.
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