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The story develops during the 1987-88 period. It was a time when Mohanlal's 'Rajavinte Makan' and Mammootty's 'Athirathram' were such a rage among youth. Louis wishes to be like Vincent Gomas and Tharadas, the heroes in these movies.
A bunch of engineering students in Bengaluru struggle to get through the course due to their lackadaisical attitudes and frequent skirmishes within the college. An incident outside the ... See full summary »
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.
Amar, Akbar and Anthony are close friends living in Kochi. They enjoy a carefree life. Their perceptions and beliefs get shattered with an unexpected event and the resulting story forms the plot of the movie.
And the actual content it uses to keep you managed is questionable.
Asif Ali's character is an unemployed, careless guy who loves his friends more than his life. When a friend of his gets badly wounded in an accident, he tries to sell his father's car to Biju Menon's character who is a cripple and has a mission in his mind. Asif Ali takes up the mission against lots of money.
The mission is a mystery and as the plot advances, twists & turns are revealed. Lots of useless stunt sequences in between may quench your action thirst but the lows may weaken you. The second half is pure cliché and that is why the film lost my love. What is tries to convey is not possible in real life, but on-screen, it definitely looks good. The supporting cast is fine, as well.
The songs were unnecessary and the editing could've been better.
BOTTOM LINE: Asif Ali's movies are all about stunts, girls and cheap rowdiness and that is why it is up to you to decide whether you want to watch it or not.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES
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