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    Mar 2004

    Default Naran review

    The Mohanlals strong mans production house was releasing films in
    Festival times in Kerala.He used all the talents to make the film
    remembarale.This time they have used for Ranjan pramod to
    penn the screenplay and Joshi for direction.The script writer used
    mohanlals larger than life imgae this time very cleverly.Making mohanlal sitting among the ordinary people like kelappan,nambiar ,kuruppu and kunnil shanntha. Naran is similar to the successful Meeshamadhavan
    in the sense that it looks at the characters played by Jagathy and Madhu.
    The body language used by the mohanlal in this movie is excellent.The story develope in an interior village called Mullankolli,Velayudhan was found by Vliyanambiar and grewup. Velayudhan was leading a life according tohis style with good heart.He want to see justice every where but for the money lenders and others he has become an problem. Kurup played by jagathi uses all the ways to destroy velayudhan,and siddique too.

    The story develops his relation with janaki, kunnil shantha and kelappans family. But the story turns twist when gopinathan started playing with velayudhan which lead to the climax.The music of deepak dev was with
    the story,cameraman did his part excellently.

    On the whole, Naran is an immensely likeable film that should appeal to all ages, mainly its target audience -- the youth. At the box-office,
    Naran is already off to an excellent start thanks to the terrific advance booking in Madras and bangalore. For its investors, the recovery from the first two weeks will be excellent, A sure-shot success all the way!

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