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Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Sreenivasan movies Prajapathi, Bhargavacharitham and Balram did not do well in the box office and now he has come up with his new project Yes Your Honour. Sreenivasan comes back with all intensity in this film. So fans of Sreenivasan are expecting more from him in this film in which Sreeni has made an all-out effort to make this movie a hit.
The director of the film is V.M. Vinu, who has now been rejuvenated to a youthful vibrant director of this millennium. The story of the film mainly concentrates on court and its affairs. The scripts will be handled by T. Damodharan, so the movie goes with a little comedy. The main character of the film is an advocate Ravishankar (Sreenivasan), an idealist. He is practicing as junior to advocate Venugopal and his aim is to serve the society by applying the law. But soon he comes to understand that judiciary is a bed of corruption and the profession of law does not hold its true moral values and has become submissive to money and power.
Ravishankar helps in the household activities of his senior and his senior does not give any individual case to him. His senior also does not allow him to enter the court campus very often. Finally, one day, his senior gives him a case. Ravishankar studies the case and prepares hard to win the case with great effort. But finally, when the case comes to court, the senior gives the case to another junior. This incident makes Ravishankar very upset as his senior does not even consider him as a law graduate. So, he throws his own gown into the sea.
Padmapriya, who plays the role of Maya, wife of Ravishankar is a supporter for women's rights, always advices Ravishankar and gives her full support to him. She asks Ravishankar to start a new life with the assistance of Judge Mukundan. So, Ravishankar starts his life as a public prosecutor, in which he faces many problems due to criminals and anti-social elements. Finally, how he attains success is the theme of the story.
This film is a moderate budget film and the scenes from the movie reveal this very glaringly. The camera is handled by Shaji, editing is by P.C.Mohanan, which should remind us of a racy movie. Overall, the director should be proud of himself to give a film like this, a film with a moral, and better than his previous films.
Direction : V.M. Vinu
Production : P.V. Gangadharan
Music : Deepak Dev
Cast : Sreenivasan, Padmapriya, Riaz Khan, Sreeraman, Innocent, Thilakan, Jagathy Sreekumar, Saikumar , Cochin Haneefa, Raja, Abu Salim, Babu Namboothiri, Suresh.
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