Banner: Kalliyoor Shashi
Cast: Kalabhavan Mani, Rajan P. Dev, Riyas Khan, Baiju Kurup, Divya Vishwanath, Shalu Menon, Nedumudi Venu, Jagathi, Indrans, P. Sasikumar, Anil Murali, Sreejith Ravi, Tosh, V.C. Arun .
Indrajith tells the story of a son Bhasi who is brought up by his father to become a bigger rowdy than himself, in the remote village of Moolikkandam.
‘Chembarunthu Bhaskaran,’ (Rajan P Dev) the famous goonda wanted his son Bhasi to become a goonda, to protect his family against the increasing number of the enemies who were after them.
Even though Bhasi is averse to this, circumstances however conspires him into beating up goons and being a dutiful son, according to his father’s wishes.
It is high time that talented actors like him reinvent themselves and avoid such stereotypical roles, the heroine Divya Viswanathan gets little screen space, with virtually nothing to do.
Indraja, Shalu Menon and Rajan P Dev appear in brief roles, while Saiju Kurup makes the most as Zaheer Musthafa. Nedumudi Venu is in his usual self as the president.
Cochin Haneefa as S I Udumbu Rudrakshan and Manikantan as the drunkard evoke a little laughter.
In delivering a below-par product, Haridaas has also failed to extract the best out of his technicians.
Music director Jayans fails to impress in the three songs, with some destructive lyrics from Rajeev Alungal.
Again there is Mani’s regular item number, this time quite uninteresting Kanthary mulakaanu nee. Shyam Dutt’s photography is above ordinary compared to his recent works.