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Nadodi Mannan

Out Of Theatre
18 Oct, 2013 2 hrs 15 mins U/A
Dileep, Ananya, Mythili, Archana Kavi
Dileep, Ananya, Mythili, Archana Kavi
Viji Thampi
Synopsis
On reaching the city, village bred Padmanabhan strung to the upper level of society and gets elected as the Mayor. His conflicts and attempts to fight against corruption form the rest of the story.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Story: The film chronicles the ascent of Padmanabhan (Dileep) who becomes a mayor and fights corruption.

Review: Of late, Dileep's acting has become a reminder that is rarely sweet and often tedious. His playful ebullience befits an ever-lovable child with bright eyes and plump cheeks. But when it fades away to uninspiring machismo, memories of old genre - where male leads cosset multiple heroines and cudgel hefty goons - seep in like scum from a leaking drainage.

Nadodi Mannan is one such film where Dileep unabashedly flirts with mediocrity. The film is about a wayward youth summoning courage and picking up values as though hit by a thunderbolt. Krishna Poojapura while writing the script has no apparent reservations on creating stereotypes.

Dileep plays Padmanabhan, a name palpably inspired by the screen writer's unbridled proclivity towards Thiruvananthapuram. He mobilises men for processions irrespective of political parties. One fine day, he is enlightened.

A dumpy hospital ward is transformed into heaven. He is adored by pretty girls and revered by others and the hero is born. The events include confronting a business giant with mean motives, getting thrashed by cops in a police station all add up and Padmanabhan becomes the mayor of the city.

Ananya, Archana Kavi and Mythili are confined to silly-looking caricatures. Ananya plays Meera, a brash girl who is smitten by the mighty hero. Dileep's knack for the comic appears jaded and his bloated machismo is flimsy.

Nadodi Mannan tends to rely heavily on a series of computer generated images that are stitched together to glorify the hero as though earlier attempts had drawn a blank. The film is a dull affair with the script hardly offering anything new for the director or the actor to work on, let alone produce a faint smile.
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Dileep plays Padmanabhan, a name palpably inspired by the screen writer's unbridled proclivity towards Thiruvananthapuram. He mobilises men for processions irrespective of political parties. One fine day, he is enlightened
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