Yoddha (1992)

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Fate brings a young man from rural Kerala to be the protector of a young Lama in Nepal, who is being chased by a dangerous cult.


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24 September 2007 | vijayearth86
10
| Awesome Movie; A Must Watch
The first time i watched this awesome movie was when i was 11 yrs and even after another 11, i still consider this movie as my personal favorite. Mohanlal has shown clearly how versatile he is as an actor and the flawless performance of the duo, Mohanlal and Jagathy makes it a perfect blend of action and comedy. The part to highlight is that Mohanlal in fact got himself trained in Martial Arts to perform some of the action sequences. Performances from Sidhartha (Rinpoche) is also commendable.

The story line is quite different from the usual themes that is portrayed in South Indian Movies. Further, the songs are good enough but not what one might expect from A.R. Rahman. But that does in no way affect the flow of the movie. The action sequences are also perfectly done and Sangeeth Sivan has given a good glimpse of his directorial skills.

If you are looking for a perfect entertaining movie to enjoy for 2hrs and 30 mins, never miss this one. After watching it, you'll surely love Rinpoche and Ashokan.


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