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Malayalam masala

Mohanlal is all set to captivate with `Chandrolsavam' this weekend



SMILE A WHILE Mohanlal and Kushboo in a scene from the film

On the festive occasion of Onam, Prasad's multiplex will screen the Malayalam film Chandrolsavam three days in a row starting today. The Mohanlal-starrer falls in the class of commercial potboilers, with the hero etched out larger than life on the silver screen. The story, written and directed by Ranjith, revolves around the protagonist Srihari (Mohanlal), who is out to clear false allegations foisted on him by his buddy-turned-enemy.

The story opens with the heroine Indulekha, played by Meena, being wooed by three school friends one of whom is Srihari, Indulekha's true love. The other two, Balachandran and Ramanunni (Tamil actor Renjith), each plot to win her hand and ultimately it is Balachandran who gets to marry her. On wedding day Ramanunni attempts to kill Balachandran but ends up paralysing the latter. The blame is put on Srihari, who then becomes an object of hate by the heroine. How he clears the name forms the rest of the story. Kushboo features in a cameo appearance as a doctor. Vidyasagar has composed music for the film and has come up with some melodious numbers. Good camera work, that has captured the lushness of Malabar countryside, lends visual appeal. The screenings will be on Saturday, Sunday and Monday at 8.45 a.m.

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