Simhasanam

Simhasanam

Simhasanam is a 2012 Malayalam action film written and directed by Shaji Kailas, starring Prithviraj, Vandana Menon and Aishwarya Devan in lead roles.[1] The music and background score of the film are composed by Roni Raphael and Rajamani respectively. The film depicts an emotional bonding between a father (Sai Kumar) and son (Prithviraj).

Simhasanam is a 2012 Malayalam action film written and directed by Shaji Kailas, starring Prithviraj, Vandana Menon and Aishwarya Devan in lead roles.[1] The music and background score of the film are composed by Roni Raphael and Rajamani respectively. The film depicts an emotional bonding between a father (Sai Kumar) and son (Prithviraj). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Diana A (it) wrote: Awesome songs as usual. Good story line but the whole fate vs free will was a little weak. I frankly would have loved it if he gotten with Akira. .....10 years to make a decision...really?

Constantinos S (jp) wrote: Well worth a watch, not just for Hitchens (brilliant as usual) but also for some thought-provoking arguments from the other side (Douglas Wilson). The film doesn't exactly reach any conclusion, but it does builds up a lot of tension and finishes on a strange, fascinating note.

Daryl D (ru) wrote: I gave it three stars even though the dialogue and acting was pretty bad. The main character was pretty hot! Oh and I remember seeing the other guy in some commercials! It was still pretty cute for a low budget gay movie!

Neil O (es) wrote: Twisty, gripping modern film noir delicately crafted and beautifully filmed, heightened wonderfully by Mychael Danna's grandly suggestive score, which segues varied sounds of the 50s and 70s into iconic pop tunes.

Raj S (au) wrote: Awesome movie. Vidhu bhai at his best!

Alicia F (jp) wrote: It's an alright movie with some funny part's to it.

Scott G (jp) wrote: Excellent family fare with a brilliant comic performance by David Niven. If you liked Dreamworks' "Anastasia" you'll love this movie as the plot lines are virtually identical. Young Jodie Foster plays her then-usual role of tough street kid who may--or may not--be the heiress of a huge estate. Even if she's not, she still pretends to be so in order to look for the pirate treasure buried somewhere on the estate. You can figure out the rest. Well worth watching.

SCOTT FREE AKA MISTER MIRACLE (gb) wrote: CLASSIC CASTLE STUFF HERE UP THERE WITH PYSCHO

Private U (ru) wrote: One of the best slices of 80's slasher cheese in the whole horror pizza