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An extraordinary journey of a small town boy, Shibu who aspires to be a film-maker. While working on his career path, he meets a girl, Kalyani, who supports his dreams. What follows is how their aspirations bring them together.
Guileless like a child and ever so full of life, Ambili is beloved by everyone in his village. The story traces Ambili's outlook towards life and of challenges others surrounding him that face him on an everyday basis.
An investigative thriller with elements of romance, the film narrates the story of two couples: a Kochi-based scrap artist named Luca and his girlfriend Niharika; and a police officer named Akbar and his wife Fathima.
Nanchenkotta is beset by problems and civilian life in here is a nightmare. However, the arrival of a fearless police officer with a strong sense of justice is about to change Nanchenkotta's law and order situation - once and for all.
Two Schools - one for the rich and one for the poor. Two rival gangs. Two rebel leaders and their epic tale of romance, rivalry and friendship. Prof. John Abraham, who guides these youngsters as they step from adolescence to adulthood.
Manoj K. Jayan
Pallavi is a strong-willed woman who has always aspired to become a pilot. How she gets back on her feet through sheer resilience after being beset by a series of personal crises forms the crux of the film.
The film revolves around four brothers who share a love-hate relationship with each other. Their relationship progresses to another level when Saji, Boney, and Franky decide to help Bobby stand by his love.
I always loved the movies of Vineeth. I wasn't expecting much from this movie but from the very first scene to the interval I laughed a lot... After the interval the movie gets a bit serious but still the comedy is added wherever possible. The best film, I have watched after Njan Prakashan.
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