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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 »
A killer who teases the entire police department with his flawless crimes, gets chased by a retired stylish cop whose past influence the killer's future with the cat and mouse game getting out of hand.
The story begins with the fall of Mangalasherry Neelakantan's (Mohanlal) son Karthikeyan (Mohanlal), as he ventures out to make money which ultimately makes him a liquor baron. The ... See full summary »
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
In Loham what we could see is Ranjiths's(writer and director) intention to come back to genre of action thrillers after the much acclaimed "Ravanaprabhu" and "Devasuram".Though he tried to portray an incident which has some social significance, the ideas that he meant to convey felt scattered.The movie attempts to hold its scattered ideas with a blend of typical Mohanlal clichéd dialogues and facial expressions.(though I like them personally:D)But somehow the commercial and serious aspects of the movie are not clubbed very well, so that sometimes we lose the connection.The director desperately tries to bring in many major twists during the course of the movie but it too felt a bit overused and drab.Viewed critically, the movie attempts to scrutinize the corrupt individuals(both political and administrative) who are actually the wrongdoers,destroying the society. Ranjith tries to display the old and energetic Mohanlal in this movie,but it felt a bit old fashioned. Despite the inappropriate scenes,Loham is an OK movie, if you are a lover of Mohanlal's dramatic action thrillers.
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