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Venu (Mammootty) leads a happy and contented middle class life with his family. He starts a small scale finance firm, as a service and soon his business flourishes well. This does not go ... See full summary »
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It's the story of how a housewife from a middle class family gets exploited by so called aliens of the malayalee society, low wage foreign workers, and how she gets her revenge. It also deals with crimes associated in general with these people.Written by
Saw the movie today. I had no expectations before watching this movie since it had a family plot. The visual vibrancy is amazing. The script is well written and the direction is highly appreciable. By the end of the movie, no questions will remain in a viewer's mind. Such an absolutely flawless work. Malayalam film is improving it's standard year by year. I wish movie makers will keep it that way. This is the movie which proves how a suspense thriller is meant to be. I felt that the jokes in the movie were never meant to be laughed at. It's having a unique role in the movie. We stood up and clapped for the ending scene and dialogs. Critics may find some mistakes, but I believe that nothing is 100% perfect. I recommend every Malayali to see this movie and appreciate the movie makers to make quality films of this kind in the future.
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