Awful movie, doesn't even qualify as a guilty pleasure
This early 80's movie starring Prem Nazir in his late fifties has him romancing a girl barely 18. Considering that Malayalam movies are going through a similar phase with Mohanlal, Mammootty and Suresh Gopi, its no wonder the quality of this movie is as bad or even worse than some craps being dished out nowadays. Continuity issues, different voices dubbing for the same person, the main villain dying in the middle of the movie, killed by a guy who appears out of nowhere, only to come alive from thin air and fight the hero in the finale, the movie invites countless explanations and theories to solve its baffling premise. The violence towards women is established in the very first scene with a side villain raping a school girl. Almost all ladies in this movie are raped or just escapes being raped. Prem Nazir acts as a lawyer who turns into a vigilante in an unfortunate turn of events. The actor enacting the part of the villain overacts while Balan K. Nair provides possibly the only average performance in the movie. There are numerous plot threads and unwanted situations that I've even lost count of it. The gibberish written here is far easier to understand this trainwreck of a movie. Stay away unless you want to know how to not make a movie.
- Nov 4, 2010
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