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Loham narrates the story of Raju (Mohanlal) a taxi driver and Jayanti (Andrea Jeremiah) who is arrived from Mumbai with a special purpose and hires Raju's taxi for the ride. The incidents happened in between their one day journey and the people they come across is the plot of Loham.Written by
Loham starts with the coffin of a Malayalee laborer being sent from the Gulf to Kozhikode airport. Subsequently, Mohanlal makes his entry as a taxi driver picking up a lady passenger at Kochi airport. In parallel to that Siddique (great acting, as always) is shown gambling with a partner in a hotel in Kochi. Thus, At least 3 streams of stories flow in parallel without giving much of a clue, before merging together.
The movie looked promising in the first 30 minutes with some good acting by Mohanlal, Siddique and others, but then new characters started parading in and diluted the whole movie and made it too complex with too many twists. Complexity was OK if it was woven right. It seemed like the director lost control of the plot too.
It is an OK movie that you can watch till end, but not one to make any mark beyond that.
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