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Pretham Undu Sookshikkuka (2017)

A haunted mansion amid Kingini Nagar Housing Colony is converted into a police station. Ghosts get provoked by the intrusion of the police. To overcome the horrible night duties, cops take the help of Babu, an outlaw yet sincere guy.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Shine Tom Chacko
Nadiya Kalhara Nadiya Kalhara ... (as Kalhara)
Santhosh Keezhattoor
Hareesh Kanaran ... (as Hareesh Perumanna)
Sunil Sukhada
Hareesh Peradi
Abu Salim
Thezni Khan
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Manoj Guiness
Kalesh Kannattu
V.A. Thajudeen V.A. Thajudeen ... Film Producer
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A haunted mansion amid Kingini Nagar Housing Colony is converted into a police station. Ghosts get provoked by the intrusion of the police. To overcome the horrible night duties, cops take the help of Babu, an outlaw yet sincere guy.

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Beware of Ghost

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Comedy | Horror

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Malayalam

Release Date:

30 June 2017 (India) See more »

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Super Star Films See more »
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The kind of 'comedy' that makes you squirm! [+17%]
5 July 2017 | by arungeorge13See all my reviews

You are bound to know what brand of humor to expect when you see the badly photoshopped posters. The cast clearly tells you that is a B- movie. The director duo honor this promise to the fullest extent. The film never rises above the evident mundanity it exudes.

The comedy raises more amusement than laughs and fetches points for the absurd spoon-feeding it rigorously undertakes. The screenplay/dialogues are suitable for someone with the sensibility of a fifth-grader. The only time I laughed was when the film tried putting on a mask of pseudo-seriousness and during its acknowledgement of a disparaging approach towards the female gender. Oh yes, Abu Salim's antics as a Sub Inspector will make you laugh for all the wrong reasons. Shine Tom and his allies put you to sleep in no time!


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