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Unni Mukundan who is very passionate about his first movie, coincidentally meets director David Paul. At the same time, the life experiences of Amal, who relocates himself to Cochin, makes him undergo a total change in his vision of life.
Sibi Sebastian and his never ending struggle to make it big in life, his quest for new horizons and opportunities. While others pass by, his relentless determination takes him to the most unexpected situation in his life.
Manikandan R. Achari
The lives of four Trichur-based crooks, Kowta Shivan, Paara Wilson, Chembakara Gilbert and Pratheesh, cross paths with Tips Dayanandan, a lazy, good-for-nothing man who lives off his wife's hard-earned money, on one fateful Harthal day.
Chemban Vinod Jose
Two odd ball characters, a youngster named Jude and the other, a talented singer named Crystal. When these two characters come together, their lives undergo several changes, leading to love, self-discovery, healing and transformation.
The story revolves around the life of a planter, Adam Joan Pothan from the village Mundakkayam. One day, he unexpectedly meets a girl named Emy and they go to Scotland together. The new people he meets on his journey changes his life.
Edward Livingston, an English professor at the Travancore Maharaja College. As the defiant students continue to split into warring factions, Livingston sets out to restore order and make the campus a better place for everyone.
The life of Venkateswaran, a differently-able man from Kerala. It showcases how Venkidi, who had hearing impairment, fought all odds and built a lightweight aircraft from recycled materials without any external support.
While the character development and the period setting were pretty impressive the outdated story and the overlong run-time drags it. Asif Ali and Murali Gopi are fantastic and the script holds the film well until the last 40 minutes but then it goes out of hand. The ending didn't really felt justified either, however, the first two acts were a refreshing experience.
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