Kiran (Praveen Prem), son of retired Government staff Parameswaran (R. K. Thayyil) is working in a hardware firm after completing his B.Tech course, with no responsibilities and aims in his life. Nithya (Avanthika Mohan), only daughter of bank manager Narayanan Namboothiri (Ashokan) and Gayathri (Maya Viswanath) is working in a private IT firm after completing her M.Tech. These two childhood friends meet each other and eventually fall in love. But the parents of both their families are against the love between them, being very conventional. Then a crocodile enters between them, and thus crocodile love story begins. The interesting incidents and unexpected twists happening after crocodile's entry forms the rest of the story
Travis F (us) wrote: pretty good real hood movie if your into all that
christina c (de) wrote: have not watched this yet. i would love to see how it will continue plus more after that comes:)
Brendan S (mx) wrote: good movie that I wish would have elaborated on the whole life of Glass.
Erika H (kr) wrote: sabu's best movie ever!
Love M (br) wrote: It was a shock to see Danny Dyer playing a homosexual but other than that, his character was just like any other. A "Bad Boy". Its quite a heart warming film, occasionally funny and engaging but its quite a forgettable film.
Bojan P (de) wrote: A film that every true Whovian must see!
Orlok W (nl) wrote: A well-directed 70's killer snake flick featuring real venomous reptiles--Ssssssscary as Hell!!
Shane J (de) wrote: Bronson wants to take out a pimp and doesn't really care how plus a weird sexual Japanese side plot just happens and doesn't really add anything of interest to the story. It's like they added it just to make the film show some boobs and have the film not seem like every other bronson police flick....nah couldn't be that??